Multinational metalheads POWERWOLF will enter the studio in December to begin recording their new album for a 2011 release via Metal Blade Records.
Commented POWERWOLF comments organist Falk Maria Schlegel: "We spent the last three months in the rehearsal room working out stuff for the new album. Even though it's still in the making, we can already promise the songs are 100% POWERWOLF, taking off where 'Bible Of The Beast' ended. There's furious stuff, there's epic stuff — and all of it is catchy as hell."
He added, "For the production we're going to team up with exactly the same crew as for 'Bible Of The Beast' — Kohlekeller Studios for the recordings, any chapel we can haunt for organ and choir celebrations — and, of course, Studio Fredman and Fredrik Nordström for mix."
POWERWOLF earlier in the year parted ways with drummer Stefane Funebre and replaced him with Tom Diener.
"Bible Of The Beast", the latest album from POWERWOLF, entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 76. The CD was released on April 27, 2009 in Europe via Metal Blade Records. Mixed by legendary producer Fredrik Nordström (IN FLAMES, HAMMERFALL, ARCH ENEMY) the opus was said to be POWERWOLF's heaviest album to date.
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