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Dragonsclaw Updates On Writing Of New LP

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Austrailian traditional metal band Dragonsclaw issued an update on the band's forthcoming sophomore effort. The band's self-titled debut was released last year at the tail end of 2011 (see Metal Underground's review at this location). In a post on the band's Facebook page, vocalist Giles Lavery gave the following update:

"SECOND ALBUM - STUDIO UPDATE #1 :

"Hello all , Well, a VERY long day of band photography and demoing new songs comes to an end.... we now have as of today 10 demos recorded...now the revising, re-working and re-writing begins... as we build upon what we have.

"There are at least 2 more tracks to be demoed in the coming weeks... so album 2 is well underway, the whole band is coming up with some fantastic songs, some sure to please fans of the first album and some others than can best be described as a growth songwriting wise... Ben is coming up with some great melodic (and very heavy) parts and really working hard on his already killer guitar work. Ray has a new Keyboard set up and it is limitless in its variety of sounds and what it can do, Aaron is contributing in a big way with loads of great ideas for the tunes.... I have recorded rough vocals for the tracks and continue to write and re-write lyrics and vocal melodies... it's all coming together nicely.

"This album will encompass a much great scope of sounds... from the Fast and heavy to the melodic and the truly epic to the traditional metal approach of much of the first album and some slower darker moments too
.... more to come

- Giles."

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