Grave Digger Enters The Studio To Record New Album
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German power metal outfit Grave Digger has announced that they have entered the studio to record a brand new album. A message from the band reads as follows:
"Yes, everything's on it's way, we're right in the middle of recordings the successor to Ballad Of A Hangman and a lot has happened since the release of the that album. Nothing stays the same, but nothing has changed.
"From January to March, we took our time for the new song-writing. Because of the appearance of Axel (Ritt; guitar), we finally returned to the virtue, that we've lost that long ago. The triumvirate of metal, Jens Becker (bass), Axel Ritt and Chris Boltendahl (vocals) battened in harmony while the whole songwriting session and created 12 explosive songs, which have the spirit of Grave Digger, two-hundred percent! Since the days of Tunes Of War and The Grave Digger, the creativity around the songwriting process hadn't been that easy going.
"Axel already recorded the rhythm guitars in his own Meadow Studios, accompanied by some drum programmings done by Stefan. At the end of the month, we'll enter the Principal studios to record drums, bass, vocals, keyboards and some guitar overdubs. Of course, from now we'll keep you informed about our activities with some short video-clips. Stay tuned!
"This coming weekend, we'll do some rehearsal with the whole bunch at the TLC studios, to practice all the songs on the new album and check out the live playlist for the upcoming festivals. We're highly motivated, more than this, we're burning! The fourth decade of Grave Digger has begun! For all of you, who can't hold off their curiosity; the concept album is dead, long live the concept album!"
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