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Suidakra Reveals New Song Titles

German metallers, Suidakra, have issued the following update:

"At first big thanks to everybody who attended Chicago Powerfest and one (or even more) of the six Paganfest USA West Coast dates to witness our first live appearance on the North American continent! We knew before that there were some SuidAkrA fans coming to the shows, but we were absolutely, positively surprised at how many people really knew our music. To see people start singing along made each show a big metal party from the minute we started playing — it was a blast! There were people flying in from Alaska and even Japan to see us and it was a big pleasure to talk with them and a lot of other fans after the shows. Admittedly, there were also a number of people that hadn’t heard of SuidAkrA before, but we felt that they also got into it and had a good time nevertheless... ;-) Read our tour report with tons of pictures here!"

"Right after the US tour we started working on new material again. We managed to nearly complete the whole new record musically! In addition we have finalized the vocal arrangements of 4 songs and therefore we can reveal the first song titles:"

"- Scathach
- Gilded Oars
- Shattering Swords
- Isle Of Skye"

"We will play some festivals this summer, but there won't be any new shows announced except what's online here already! Maybe we'll meet some of you at WACKEN this year, but for a change, we're not playing -just attending. Haha."

"Last but not least there are 2 new guitar tabs for you to download: Heresy and A Menhir's Clay, taken from our Best Of CD!"

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