IMMOLATION Guitarist Says Band Is Currently Working On A New Album
Immolation took four years between Kingdom Of Conspiracy in 2013 and Atonement in 2017, but it doesn't look like fans will have to wait until 2021 for another new record. According to guitarist Robert Vigna in an interview with Heavy New York, the band is working on a new record between their 2019 tours.
He also adds that the band is "hopefully working up toward our new record possibly by end of the year, early next year." It's not clear if he means they'll be done writing by the end of the year or if it'll be out by the end of the year with that statement. Obviously I'm hoping for the latter.
"We're going to be going out on the Decibel Magazine Tour in March, part of that tour, which has Cannibal Corpse, Morbid Angel, Necrot and Blood Incantation, so it's going to be a heavy tour. We're doing a part of that. We're working on a new record now as well and we're also going to be doing some touring in Europe, like the festivals throughout the summertime. Probably hitting Australia and Asia and possibly South America before the end of the year. Hopefully U.S. tour by the end of the year. We're going to be busy and hopefully working up toward our new record possibly by end of the year, early next year. We got a lot going on."
Immolation's next record will be their second with Master live guitarist and ex-Incantation guitarist Alex Bouks.