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Orange Goblin Posts New Album Update

British heavy metal veterans Orange Goblin have posted a message online regarding the writing process of their new, as-yet untitled album, which will be their first since 2012's, "A Eulogy For the Damned." The message reads as follows:

"Things are going very well in the rehearsal studio and the new album is starting to take shape. We have 4 songs that are pretty much done, just need fine tuning with lyrics etc and we have the skeletons of another 5 or 6 that we are still working on and fleshing out. It's heavy, it's groovy, it's trippy and it's very interesting so far!

"A few working titles for songs we have so far (these are not 100% set in stone yet):

"SABBATH HEX
THE DEVILS WHIP
BLACK WEED
THE SENTINEL

"More news soon!"

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1. brandedcfh420 writes:

EXCELLENT BAND!!!!! WIsh I could have seen them when they came through here recently....

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2. Diamond Oz writes:

Saw them in a tiny pub in Southampton five or six years ago. They were brilliant.

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3. Matthew writes:

Got into the band 2 years ago haven't looked back since!

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4. brandedcfh420 writes:

lucky fkr OZ..............

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