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Intense To Enter Thin Ice Studios In March

UK power metal band Intense has issued the following update on their new album:

"There’s always a wait for an Intense album and for this one that hasn’t changed. However this time it wasn’t planned as the guys took time off in 2009 to deal with personal matters. Writing still carried on for the album however and March 29th 2010 the first sessions for the brand new album commence."

"The band will be once again be recording at Thin Ice Studios with Karl Groom (Threshold) at the helm. Karl worked on both 'Second Sight' and 'As Our Army Grows.'"

"Recording will be once again a little fragmented due to Thin Ice’s Busy Schedule but the band hope to have the album completed by the end of June and are hopeful for an autumn release."

"As yet untitled the album will feature 9 new songs. A couple of the new songs were aired at their only live show last year at the Frontline in Ghent, Belgium and went down a storm."

Sean Hetherington comments on their live presence, "we’ve focussed on the album for obvious reasons but have East Riding Rock Festival on July 17th and are in talks regarding a European tour in October which we hope will be confirmed soon. We hope to get more shows lined up once we know when the album will be out."

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