With their 2016 debut album ‘Animus’, extreme metal troupe Venom Prison managed to get a lot of the metal and heavy music community’s attention, and really establish a name for themselves.
Now it appears that work on putting together its follow-up have finally begun.
The band shared the news via their social channels that they’re now in the studio recording their sophomore full-length album, something that the band are tentatively calling “VP 2.0”.
VP 2.0 – Studio Day 2 pic.twitter.com/QdS32W1Axk
— Venom Prison (@Venomprison) August 15, 2018
VP 2.0 – Studio Day 3 pic.twitter.com/5v6v84iyGs
— Venom Prison (@Venomprison) August 17, 2018
According to the tag left with the initial post, the band are recording once again at the Vagrant Recordings studio in Southport, which isn’t too far away from Liverpool, UK.
Some other bands that have also recorded at those studios in the past few years include Dragged Into Sunlight, We Came Out Like Tigers, and Gets Worse.
More details surrounding how the album is coming together will be confirmed as it develops.