PRIMAL FEAR: 'Seven Seals' Enters German Chart At No. 65
PRIMAL FEAR's latest album, "Seven Seals", has entered the German national album chart at position No. 65.
The follow-up to 2004's "Devil's Ground", "Seven Seals" was produced by the group's bassist, Mat Sinner, along with Charlie Bauerfeind (BLIND GUARDIAN, HALFORD, HAMMERFALL), at the House of Music studio near Stuttgart, Germany and was mixed at the Warehouse studio in Vancouver, British Columbia with Mike Fraser (AC/DC, METALLICA, COVERDALE/PAGE, SLIPKNOT, AEROSMITH, THE CULT). Mastering duties were handled by Achim Köhler at Indiscreet Mastering and Björn Engelmann at the Cutting Room in Sweden. A video for the album's title track has been posted online at NuclearBlast.de (Real Media). The clip was shot in July in Munich, Germany with director Volker Hannwacker of AVA Studios. Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.
PRIMAL FEAR have been confirmed as the support band for HELLOWEEN on their upcoming European tour beginning in late November. A list of confirmed dates can be found at this location.
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