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New Interview With Alex Krull Reveals Info On Next Atrocity Album

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A new interview with mainman Alex Krull, through the latest Napalm Records catalog, revealed some information on the next Atrocity album. The following is an excerpt on Krull's plans for an album trilogy entitled "Okkult":

Q: What does the future hold in store for ATROCITY?

Alex: It wouldn't be ATROCITY, if we hadn’t already composed new material (laughs). Seriously, we no longer have to prove ourselves anymore, but my own drive always brings with it new challenges. That’s the way we will go on.

Q: Are there any concrete plans? A new album perhaps?

Alex: We are working on a album trilogy entitled "Okkult". It will be very dark, epic, and furious. Not just the concept, the music will also be like that. Perhaps it may be best compared with our "Blut" or "Atlantis" albums. I don’t want to give away any more details now, except that we hope to release it in 2012. It will be the perfect soundtrack for the coming apocalypse (laughs).

The "Werk 80" releases were quite successful. Any room for a sequel?

Alex: At the moment there are no plans, but never say ever. Right now we are busy working on "Okkult" and promoting "Die Gottlosen Jahre" DVD. But you never know… One insane idea is all it will take to point Atrocity in a brand-new and exciting direction (laughs).

For a full read of the interview,which includes information on the new DVD entitled "Die Gottlosen Jahre (The Godless Years)" head over to Atrocity's official Facebook page at this location.

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