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Grave Digger Frontman Checks In From The Studio

Grave Digger frontman Chris Boltendahl has posted the following studio report:

"Now its time. Since February '08 we composed and arranged the new songs. Incomplete we will record 13 songs including one cover version of a lost Metal classic from the eighties. Stefan (Arnold - drums) arrived yesterday and built up his drums. Before we entered the studio German punk legends DIE TOTEN HOSEN recorded their new album in the Principal Studios. We will smell a bit of their spirit. Stefan did drums soundcheck today. After he started to record the first four songs. He's in a very good shape and recordings are going really well. He always does a fantastic job in the studio.

"The song titles we will present you during the recordings so watch out for the studio diary. Manni (Schmidt - guitar) and I arrived this morning to guide Stefan during the drum recordings. It's cool to be here cause we are really motivated to create a new master piece of German True Metal. Now it's 10PM and Stefan starts with another track. He´s a real workaholic on the drums. A steelworker.

"Ok, I will speak to you tomorrow. Good night and Metal on."

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1. George writes:

Stupid music
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I think you want the Slipknot thread mate.

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