ATROCITY Set To 'Break New Ground' On Forthcoming CD

Germany's ATROCITY have confirmed that they have signed a new deal with Austria's Napalm Records. The group's forthcoming album, which will once again be produced at frontman Alexander Krull's Mastersound Studio, will be "full of innovative ideas and [will] showcase the band in a more intensive light. Notwithstanding the unbelievably brutal guitars, a stronger influence of classical and bombast elements is to be heard. Once again, ATROCITY has come up with a ground-breaking concept for the album, which will boast of a variety of styles." An early 2004 release is expected.


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