PRIMAL FEAR To Play 'Very Different' Set At Upcoming Benefit Concert

German power metallers PRIMAL FEAR have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Benefit time is coming up. Mat [Sinner, bass] will play a show with his reunited first band SHIVA at The Roehre in Stuttgart on Feb. 10th for the Stuttgart Aidsfund. And against all other plans, PRIMAL FEAR will be a part of the Metal Forever Festival on Feb. 19th at the Sporthalle in Stuttgart/Boeblingen regarding the Tsunami victims and 'Aktion Deutschland Hilft' — we will prepare a very different set-list for this event. Hope you join us at the events for a good reason. The songwriting for the new album worked out fantastic we created a song, which is a top contender for the album opening spot named 'The Immortal Ones' — 100% PF in the tradition of all album openers so far, with a monster riff, big power metal chorus, harmony guitars, big house drumming = Mayhem!"

As previously reported, PRIMAL FEAR will record their next album in April/May 2005 at the House Of Music studio near Stuttgart, Germany. Producing the album will be the group's bassist, Mat Sinner, along with Charlie Bauerfeind (BLIND GUARDIAN, HALFORD, HAMMERFALL). Other songtitles set to appear on the upcoming CD include "Mind of a Killer", "Presumed Dead", "Seven Seals", and "a quiet, more atmospheric song" called "The Innocents".


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