German power metallers PRIMAL FEAR have completed the basic tracks and vocal tracks for five songs for their upcoming album, tentatively due in October via Nuclear Blast Records. A photo of guitarists Stefan Leibing and Tom Naumann, singer Ralf Scheepers, co-producer/engineer Charlie Bauerfeind and bassist Mat Sinner in the recording studio can be found at this location.PRIMAL FEAR are recording the new CD at Germany's House of Music studio and will be mixing the effort later this month at the Warehouse in Vancouver, British Columbia with the legendary Mike Fraser (AC/DC, METALLICA, COVERDALE/PAGE, SLIPKNOT, AEROSMITH, THE CULT). As previously reported, Scrape Records in Vancouver is hosting an in-store signing session with PRIMAL FEAR on Saturday, May 14 at 5:00 p.m. More information about how to get to Scrape Records is available here.
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