PANIKK Signs With METAL TANK RECORDS

Slovenian thrashers PANIKK have inked a deal with Metal Tank Records. The band's new album, "Unbearable Conditions", will be released in early 2013.

Influenced by San Francisco Bay Area metal bands, PANIKK "represent it with full-blown-in-your-face voyage to the world of face-melting riffs unwilling to slow down to the last beat and you will want to take that trip again and again and…AGAIN!" according to a press release.

Commented PANIKK: "We went into DYZ Sonic Temple Studio in March to record our debut album, 'Unbearable Conditions', under the guidance of producer Dyz. We're pumped with thrash that is energetic and tightsounding and so is our music, which doesn't give a fuck of today's trends. We wrote six songs anew and took two songs off of demo rearranged them and made them even better. We invited along two friends Domen Justin (Dyz) and Tim Draksler who contributed a few solos."

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