ACCEPT Bassist Executive-Producing New POWER THEORY Album

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based metallers POWER THEORY have set "Driven By Fear" as the title of their third album, due later this year via Pure Steel Records. The CD is being recorded at a new studio with Matt DiFabio (SINGLE BULLET THEORY, Hard Attack Entertainment) as engineer and associate producer and Peter Baltes (ACCEPT) overseeing the project as executive producer. Matt's home studio is a guitar sound mecca with an endless choice of amp heads. The new cover artwork was completed by German artist Timo Wuerz, who has previously worked worked with HALLOWEEN and STEEL ASSASSIN.

"We are five songs in with guitars and Matt has helped us create some amazing guitar tones, as we are pushing for this album to be much heavier sounding without losing our traditional metal sound and dynamics," says POWER THEORY guitarist and founder Bob "BB" Ballinger. "That's where Peter's experience and excellence will be present by making sure we maintain the integrity of our style and stay true to the metal."

In other news, POWER THEORY has announced the addition of bassist Drew Foster to the group's ranks.

"Drew has been involved with POWER THEORY for four years now with photography, video, web design, and CD layouts, and has been along for every step of the way so far, " says Ballinger. "Drew is a rock-solid bassist."

Check out video footage from the studio below.


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