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Rage Reveals More Details Of New LP, Due March 2012

German power metal legends Rage are currently working with producer Charlie Bauerfeind at Twilight Hall Studio to record the next album. The CD will include ten new songs, two of which are entitled "Twenty One" and "Serial Killer."

Frontman Peavy Wagner commented: "We [are] also thinking about taking '21' as the album title.

"Probably you've heard that our new album will be pretty heavy. We've sparkled in creativity and it was great fun to work out these songs; it was real teamwork.

"It's so great to work together with such fantastic musicians like Victor (Smolski) and André (Hilgers)."

Peavy explains more about the song "Serial Killer": "This, almost 6 minutes long song is one of the most unusual songs we're done since long. On one hand on the musical side, here I'm singing some parts with brutal Death Metal grunts for the first time. The complex guitar and drum arrangements are also to mention, here are very interesting changes of rhythm from straight grooves with fast sixteenth to triplet parts. Also the fantastic guitar solo with classic touch which bring over a similar atmosphere as Victors solo at 'Set This World On Fire'."

The release is due in the beginning of March 2012, shortly before the band begins touring.

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