Anders Brandt, the new singer of the Danish metal quintet CHAINFIST, entered Niflheim Studios on July 24 with owner and producer Soren Jensen (CORPUS MORTALE, GRANHAMMER, SIX STRING SLAUGHTER etc.) to re-record the "classic" CHAINFIST track "Chainfist Blues". The song, now re-titled "In Your Face", can be heard on CHAINFIST's MySpace page.Commented gitarist Michael Kopietz: "It is with great pride we can present this recording 'In Your Face'. With the 'new guy,' as we call Anders, on vocals, the song has come to its right element and you can clearly hear there's more attitude with Anders in front. We played a couple of concerts now and the new material is really killer. We look forward to hitting the studio [as soon as possible] so the fans finally can hear some more." CHAINFIST is currently putting the finishing touches on the songwriting process for its new material before hitting the studio this fall.
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