Swedish Viking metallers KING OF ASGARD will return to Sonic Train Studios in Varberg, Sweden in March with producer (and KING DIAMOND guitarist) Andy La Rocque to begin recording their third album.
According to a press release, KING OF ASGARD's new CD is "as much a step forward as it is a new chapter for the band."
Comments KING OF ASGARD singer/guitarist Karl Beckman: "The epic/melodic songwriting of the first two albums is enhanced with monophonic warlike hymns and fierce riffage that hint on the various band members past projects. Somewhat darker in its approach, creating atmospheres not alien to KING OF ASGARD, but still something not heard on the previous two albums. All the KING OF ASGARD significative elements are represented yet carrying a somewhat new execution."
KING OF ASGARD's second album, "…To North", was released in July 2012 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was the first KING OF ASGARD album to feature second guitar player Lars Tängmark.
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KING OF ASGARD is:
Karl Beckman - Vocals/Guitars
Lars Tängmark - Guitars
Jonas Albrektsson – Bass
Karsten Larsson - Drums
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