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Order of Ennead in the Studio — Video

Florida-based death metal outfit Order Of Ennead have posted a slew of in-studio videos as they record the follow-up to their 2008 self-titled debut. Showcasing clips of drummer Steve Asheim (who also holds down drumming duties for Deicide) giving a tour of his kit and laying down raw tracks for the upcoming Ennead album, the videos not only offer good behind-the-scenes footage, but give fans a chance to hear a few of the tracks so far.

Recording at Audio Hammer Studios in Sanford, Fla., Order of Ennead’s tentatively titled ‘An Examination of Being’ is slated for an April 2010 release on Earache Records.

Check out one of the videos here at Noisecreep, and check in Sick Drummer magazine to see the rest.

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