IRON SAVIOR: New Album Studio Report, Photos Available

German metallers IRON SAVIOR are in the studio recording their new album, "Megatropolis", due later in the year via Dockyard 1. The drum tracks were completed this past week at Karo Studio near Hamburg, Germany, with producer and IRON SAVIOR mainman Piet Sielck. According to a studio report posted on the band's official web site, "the drum sound is a bit different to the previous albums. This time the sound will be 'straighter,' with more cutting-edge, short-sounding tones after the stroke. This can for example be achieved by adhesive tape that is stuck onto the resonant heads of the toms, which adds a more modern touch to the sound."

Check out pictures from the recording studio and read the rest of the studio report at this location.

IRON SAVIOR's last album, "Battering Ram", came out in 2004.


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