BETZEFER Completes Work On New Album

Israeli metallers BETZEFER recently tapped Warren Riker (DOWN, CYNIC, LAURYN HILL, SANTANA) to produce their new album, titled "Freedom to the Slave Makers".

Commented the band: "Warren finished mixing the hell out of the new songs and we can't wait for you guys to hear the 10 new tracks we have for ya. It's been a great exprience working with Warren on the record; he's been super-cool and the results are fuckin' awesome!"

BETZEFER's video for the song "Running Against" can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's debut album, "Down Low", which was released in 2005 via Roadrunner Records (BETZEFER has since parted ways with the label). The band's energetic brand of metal is being described as a mixture of SEPULTURA and PANTERA and is said to be "packed with aggression."

Prior to issuing "Down Low" through Roadrunner, BETZEFER released three EPs: "Pitz Aachbar" (2000), "Some Tits, But No Bush" (2001) and "New Hate" (2003).


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