The Electric Hellfire Club Writing Songs For New Album
The Electric Hellfire Club has announced the band is working on a new album and follow-up to 2002's "Electronomicon." The band comments:
"The title, direction, and format of the new Electric Hellfire Club album has been established and writing has begun! We feel it is sure to satisfy fans of all the rich, diverse styles we've had over the years - there will something for everyone on this new record, whether you're a die-hard 'Burn, Baby Burn'/'Kiss The Goat' aficionado or into the more metallic EHC of 'Electronomicon.'
"Recording is slated to begin later this year; a release date cannot be speculated upon at this time - but rest assured, IT IS HAPPENING!!
"First, however, the Ravensbrück-led EHC tie-in project, Wolfpack 44, will begin recording in April in Chicago. The Rev Thomas Thorn WILL be involved in this project as well, contributing lyrics, some vocals, a spoken-word piece, and liner notes. This will be a very 'metallic' project, however, you can expect a diverse, yet brutally Satanic sound which will feature many aspects that made EHC the band it is. Electronics, samples, male and female vocals, and shredding guitars will all be present. The list of 'guests' that will contribute to this record will blow your mind! Show your support and go 'like' the FB page. You won't be sorry....
"And finally, perhaps the news some of you have been waiting for: The EHC will shortly unveil a new line of merch. Mainly a new line of t-shirts that will combine elements of our old, classic T's with a new spin, babydolls for all you Devil-Vixens, and a few surprises. Stay tuned--this will happen soon! Share our page with your anti-xtian friends and help us take our rightful place as the eminent Satanic US band!"
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