DEW-SCENTED To Enter Studio In April
German thrashers DEW-SCENTED will enter Stage One studios in Bühne, Germany in late April to record their next album, due in September through Nuclear Blast Records.
"We have some eight completely finished new songs and are still working on many more as well as spending time with good brainstorming about possible cover version-choices to use as special bonus tracks," the band said in an official press release. "We also plan to be re-recording a song from 'Ill-Natured' as bonus track."
"The first songs we have nailed down sound KILLER, so everything is looking very promising at present," the band previously stated on their official web site. "Don't expect DEW-SCENTED to switch styles...we leave that up to other bands...we are in it for deadly thrash metal and that's also gonna remain like that with the next record!!!!!!!"
Upcoming DEW-SCENTED tour dates:
May 23 – Gödöllo, HUN @ Trafó Club
May 24 – Vienna, AUT @ Planet Music
Jun. 21 – Herborn, GER @ Burger Bürgerhaus
Jul. 12 - Spital / Semmering-Steiermark, AUT @ Kaltenbach Open Air
Jul. 19 - Castrop Rauxel, GER @ Steel Meets Steel
Jul. 31 – Aug. 02 – Wacken, GER @ Wacken Open Air Festival
Aug. 21-23 – Abstgmünd, GER @ Summer Breeze Festival
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