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CYHRA Feat. Former IN FLAMES, AMARANTHE Members: Second Album Recorded

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Sunday, 25 November 2018
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CYHRA vocalist Jake E has confirmed to the Dhaka Tribune that the band has finished recording its as-yet-untitled second album for an early 2019 release via Spinefarm Records. The follow-up to 2017’s “Letters To Myself” was laid down at Hansen studios in Ribe, Denmark and will be mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen (VOLBEAT, AMARANTHE).

Regarding the songwriting process for CYHRA‘s upcoming album, Jake said: “I am the main lyricist, but on this album all the others have contributed with ideas as well. Euge [Valovirta, guitar; ex-SHINING] and Jesper [Strömblad, guitar; ex-IN FLAMES] are the ones between the solos but it’s [the three of us] that usually write most of the songs. Euge has been doing a great job on songs on this album and Euge and I actually sat down and wrote three songs together for this album.”

CYHRA‘s current lineup is completed by drummer Alex Landenburg (LUCA TURILLI’S RHAPSODY).

In a recent interview with Metal Casino, Jake stated about how CYHRA approached the making of its second LP: “When we wrote the first songs [for the debut album], we were just sitting, jamming around, and we had no plans — we had no expectations from fans or labels or anything like that — and now we have. We’ve been touring a lot — we’ve been playing a lot of shows — and now we realize that, ‘Oh, the new songs, we might have to think a little bit more about how are these songs gonna work out live.’ So we continue the same road with this album as the last one — it’s a natural progression, music-wise — but we’ve been putting a little bit more effort into having the songs work out in the live set.”

According to Jake, one of the biggest differences between CYHRA‘s next disc and “Letters To Myself” is the fact that the band no longer has a bass player, having split with former IN FLAMES member Peter Iwers earlier in the year. “We actually have more or less decided — we don’t know for the future — but right now, the bass is gonna be handled by Mr. ASUS, as we call him; that’s our computer,” Jake said.

“Letters To Myself” was recorded at Top Floor Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden.

CYHRA made its live debut in October 2017 at Nosturi in Helsinki, Finland.

This past spring, CYHRA completed a successful North American tour opening for SABATON and KREATOR.

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