DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER: Video Footage From Recording Studio Posted Online

Germany's DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER has posted the first in a series of video blog entries covering the recording sessions for the band's as-yet-untitled seventh studio album, due late summer via Nuclear Blast Records. The upcoming CD will be the group's first to feature new guitar player Lady Cat-Man, who replaced Pitrone in February 2008. DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER is also keeping a written studio diary at this location.

Watch the first video blog entry below.

DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER previously stated about the upcoming CD and new lineup, "Don't expect anything less than an absolute killer record! The sound is damn heavy, melodic and chock-full of surprises. Lady Cat-Man may look like an angel, but she's playing like the devil! Treat our metal sister real nice, she is part of the family now."

DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER's sixth album, "Riders on the Storm", was released in August 2006 via Nuclear Blast.


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