BEAUTY IN THE SUFFERING, the newly launched studio project from producer, multi-instrumentalist, programmer, and vocalist Dietrich Thrall (MARAZENE), are officially in mix mode for music the band plans to introduce to fans starting this fall with the release of The Crazies.
"The pace is quickening as we begin the jog towards fall - these are exciting times and I am extremely happy to be with you all in the here and now," commented Dietrich on the bands official blog.
(Photo above - Beauty In The Suffering in post production at Pirated Sound Studios - Dietrich Thrall at left and Provo Provenzano on the right.)
The band is currently locked away with SKINLAB guitarist Provo Provenzano (RIKETS, EVERYBODY PANIC!) at Pirated Sounds Studio located in Oklahoma City, OK mixing the bands first three songs which will drop this fall. The band will immediately follow up the digitally released singles by beginning production on a full length debut album with a release date targeted for sometime in 2014.
After spending the majority of 2012 locked away in a personal studio writing, arranging, and programming 40+ songs, producer Dietrich Thrall began laying the foundation for a new musical manifesto. Chris Emery of AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE was immediately recruited and quickly tracked 7 songs in a marathon 15-hour drum session while Angel Bartolotta (DOPE, TEAM CYBERGEIST) contributed drums for The Crazies.
Dietrich (pronounced Dee-Trick) is best known for his co-founding and co-visionary role in the industrial-metal band Marazene (later called MARAZENE MACHINE) based in Chicago.
From managing the band during its most active and successful national touring years (2006-2008), to co-producing the band's critically hailed cover of MÖTLEY CRÜE's 'Live Wire' in 2011 as well as the band's lone official full-length album (MachiNation, 2006), to writing fan-favorite tracks such as 'Give', to guiding the band's philosophical and edgy lyrical approach ('AnTiThesis', 'Infidel Society'), to producing multiple videos for the band, Dietrich's contributions and influence are heavily noted.