Denver doomsayers Khemmis confirmed today that they have booked studio time with Dave Otero’s Flatline Audio (Primitive Man, Cobalt, Cattle Decapitation) in January. The album is expected to see release in late summer through 20 Buck Spin (North America) and Nuclear Blast (Europe).
“We are looking forward to sharing this album with all of you,” Khemmis posted on Facebook. “Stay tuned for more details about it and more tour dates.”
This new album will follow Fraught With Peril, a split with Spirit Adrift, single “Empty Throne” for the Decibel Flexi Series and Hunted, the band’s second LP which took home Decibel‘s 2016 album of the year award. The quartet will also hit the road with Enslaved, Wolves in the Throne Room and Myrkur in February and March for the Decibel Magazine Tour 2018.
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