Tue Madsen

Tue Madsen (born 1969) is a Danish music producer and sound engineer, who is well known in metal genre for his work with bands like Meshuggah, Dark Tranquillity, Suicide Silence, Hatesphere,[1] The Haunted,[2]Mnemic,[3]Ektomorf,[4] Cataract,[5] Exmortem,[6] and Born from Pain.[7] His first work as a producer was the album Embraced by the Absolute by Autumn Leaves in 1997. Madsen acts at his own studio called Antfarm Studios.

He played guitars for Danish metal band Grope after departure from his former band Pixie Killers.

MusicianEdit

Pixie KillersEdit

  • One Size Fits All (1993)

GropeEdit

  • Primates (1994)
  • Soul Pieces EP (1996)
  • The Fury (1996)
  • Desert Storm (1997)
  • Intercooler (1999)
  • If You Were My Dog (2002)

Albums producedEdit

1997-2000Edit

  • Embraced by the Absolute by Autumn Leaves (1997)
  • Bones by Torn (1997)
  • Desert Storm by Grope (1997)
  • Repertoire by Luksus (1998)
  • Weight Watchers All Unite by Cinnamon Sigh (1999)
  • Out of the Ruins by Cosmonks (1999)
  • Full Contact by N.A.O.P. (1999)
  • In The Shallow Waters by 2 Ton Predator (1999)
  • Intercooler by Grope (1999)
  • Do You Think It's Safe by The Burning Primitive (2000)
  • Flowerish by Strömning (2000)

2001-2002Edit

  • Hard Words Softly Spoken by Jerkstore (2001)
  • Living Dead by Mevadio (2001)
  • Baby Gimme Love by The Defectors (2001)
  • Boogie by 2 Ton Predator (2001)
  • My Life My Rules by Freebase (2001)
  • Hardcore by Barcode (2001)
  • Flow by Villa (2002)
  • Pestilence Empire by Exmortem (2002)
  • If You Were My Dog by Grope (2002)
  • The Darkness of Apokalypse Has Fallen EP by As We Fight (2002)

2003Edit

  • Hotellet Brænder by Singvogel (2003)
  • Save Me a Prayer by One Bar Town (2003)
  • Demon Dealer by 2 Ton Predator (2003)
  • Hard to Deny by N.A.O.P. (2003)
  • Universal Struggle by Knuckldust (2003)
  • Samara by The Psyke Project (2003)
  • Room Service by Panzerchrist (2003)
  • Hands Down by Mevadio (2003)
  • Blunt by Blunt (2003)
  • Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Black by Hatesphere (2003)
  • Sands of Time by Born from Pain (2003)
  • Mechanical Spin Phenomena by Mnemic (2003)

2004Edit

2005-2006Edit

2007-2009Edit

2010Edit

2011Edit

2012Edit

2013Edit

  • The Unraveling by Dir En Grey
  • The Constant Fear- Dischord (Venezuela) (Mixing and mastering)
  • World War 3 - Cold Snap (Croatia) (Production, recording, mixing and mastering)
  • The Distance - BatAAr (mixing and mastering)
  • The Stalker - Eminence(Brazil) (Production, recording, and mixing)

2014Edit

2015Edit

  • VITIUM by sukekiyo
  • The Final Cull by One Machine
  • SERPENTIGER by The Temple
  • Horseflesh BBQ by Proll Guns

2016Edit

2017Edit

2018Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Hatesphere Parts Ways With Vocalist, Announces Temporary Replacement". Blabbermouth. February 23, 2010. Archived from the original on 30 March 2010. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
  2. ^ "The Haunted: Complete Road Kill DVD Details Revealed". Blabbermouth. April 29, 2010. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
  3. ^ "Mnemic: Behind-The-Scenes Footage From Diesel Uterus Video Shoot Available". Blabbermouth. April 27, 2010. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
  4. ^ "Ektomorph: New Album Trailer Available". Blabbermouth. March 11, 2009. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
  5. ^ "Cataract Seeking Extras For Video Shoot". Blabbermouth. July 23, 2008. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
  6. ^ "Exmortem Continuing Work On New Material". Blabbermouth. March 7, 2006. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
  7. ^ "Born From Pain Announces Survival Record-Release Gigs". Blabbermouth. October 13, 2008. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
  8. ^ Jorge Patacas: Rise! Metal-E-Zine: Dar Sangre Imperios Por Derrumba Review (Spanish)

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