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Dagoba Announce New Album Title

French metallers DAGOBA have issued the following update:

"After several months of intensive work all the songs [for the new DAGOBA album] are written, and one has just finalized the orchestrations and other electronic additions. We are very content and proud achieved work, and we will record once again with Tue Madsen, which affirmed us to want to make sound the monster as it should be, it is has to say VERY extremely!! The new album of DAGOBA will be called 'Face The Colossus', the artwork will be the work of a graphic originator of the video game 'God Of War'."

DAGOBA's video for the song "The Things Within" can be viewed below. The track comes off DAGOBA's sophomore album, "What Hell Is About…", which was released in February 2006 via Season of Mist. The follow-up to the group's self-titled debut was recorded at Antfarm studios in Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HATESPHERE, MNEMIC) and features a guest appearance on two songs by DIMMU BORGIR bassist/ARCTURUS frontman Simen Hestnaes (a.k.a. ICS Vortex, ex-BORKNAGAR, LAMENTED SOULS).

DAGOBA drummer Franky Costanza was featured in the May 2007 issue of French magazine Batterie, which was accompanied by an educational DVD where you can see him perform a few DAGOBA songs. Watch this 20 minute, multi-angle, mind-blowing video at this location.

Source: Blabbermouth

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