DEADLOCK Putting Finishing Touches On Third Album

German metalcore act DEADLOCK is currently putting the finishing touches on its third album, "Wolves", with Jacob Hansen (MERCENARY, NIGHTRAGE, RAUNCHY) and Peter "Ziggy" Siegfredsen (MERCENARY, ILLDISPOSED, HATESPHERE). The CD was recorded during September-November by band's mastermind Sebastian Reichl.

Commented drummer Tobias Graf: "We finally finished the recordings of our third full-length assault 'Wolves' and can't wait to let this bastard out to rip some flesh. We, as the band, are so extremly satisfied with the recordings and the overwhelming production by Jacob Hansen. He fucking rules! We continued the path that we started with our first album, 'The Arrival', in 2002. On this third full-length you can expect the next step of enthralling keyboard overkills, bombastic orchestral stuff and fast lead-attacks combined with one of the most talented female vocalist around, Sabine Weniger. With her songwriting vocation, our songs getting more depth, variability and emotion. For us it's definitely the best and most innovative work we've ever created. We're curious to the audiences reactions and hope, that you all our fans and listeners will love our new baby as much as we do."

"Wolves" track listing:

01. World Domination
02. We Shall All Bleed
03. Code Of Honor
04. Losers' Ballet
05. Dark Cell
06. Crown Of Creation
07. End Begins
08. As Words To Bullets
09. Praeludium II
10. Bloodpact
11. To Where The Skies Are Blue

"Wolves" will be released on April 13 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), April 16 (rest of Europe) and on May 1 (North America) via Lifeforce Records. A limited first edition will be made available in Europe featuring special packaging, the video clip for "Code Of Honor" and a very special remix of "Code of Honor".


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