Orange Goblin Comments On Upcoming Album, Announces Bloodstock Appearance
Orange Goblin has issued the following statement about appearing at the 2012 Bloodstock Festival and update about a new album:
"We are happy to say that Orange Goblin are amongst the first two bands to be announced for Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2012. Orange Goblin are honored to headline the Sophie Lancaster Stage on Saturday 11th August 2012. This will be OG's first appearance back at Bloodstock since playing at the very first one back in 2001.
"The festival takes place at Catton Hall, Derbyshire from Friday 10th until Sunday 12th August. As well as Orange Goblin, Canadian metallers ANVIL have been announced to appear on the Ronnie James Dio stage. There will be over 100 bands in total and Bloodstock has now become the UK's number 1 outdoor festival for true metal. For updates on the line-up and how to purchase tickets go to this location.
"In other news the band is still currently in the studio putting the finishing touches to what will eventually become their 7th studio album and first for Candlelight Records. The album is still as yet untitled but is being recorded and engineered in a London studio by Jamie Dodd who worked with the band on their Black Sabbath cover 'Symptom Of The Universe' last year for the Metal Hammer magazine Black Sabbath Tribute album.
"The album will feature 10 new songs and we can reveal the titles are as follows: 'Red Tide Rising', 'Acid Trial', 'The Fog', 'Stand For Something', 'The Filthy & The Few', 'Return To Mars', 'Save Me From Myself', 'The Bishops Wolf', 'Death Of Aquarius' and 'A Eulogy For The Damned'. Artwork is being done by friend of the band James 'Jimbob' Isaac and the album will be released worldwide in March 2012."
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