New Jersey metallers ATTACKER recently entered the studio to begin recording their as-yet-untitled new album for an early 2013 release. The CD will feature recently recruited singer Bobby "Leatherlungs" Lucas (SEVEN WITCHES, OVERLORDE, MORBID SIN) and bassist Jon Hanemann, who replaced Lou Ciarlo in April.
Tracks to appear on the forthcoming ATTACKER album;
01. Giants Of Canaan 02. Trapped In Black 03. The Hammer 04. Born Into Battle 05. Black Winds Rising 06. Steel Vengeance 07. Curse The Light 08. Sands Of Time 09. Washed In Blood 10. Chronicle 1 (The Reformation)
A rough-mix version of the song "Curse The Light" can be streamed below.
Commented drummer Mike Sabatini: "We've had requests form people wanting to hear some new stuff with vocals, so here ya go. The song is still missing guitar solos, but they are coming very soon as well!"
Lucas in April laid down his vocals on the track "Steel Vengeance" (formerly "Condemned"). The song, which has never appeared on an ATTACKER album, was previously released as an extremely limited-quantity single for the band's 2008 Keep It True X festival appearance.
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