Swedish modern thrashers SCAAR have posted the following message on their official web site:"This week we commenced work on our follow-up to [2005's] 'The Second Incision' at Dug-Out Studios in Uppsala, Sweden with Daniel Bergstrand (IN FLAMES, SOILWORK, MESHUGGAH) producing and engineering. We're laying down 10 songs and should be done by the end of July hopefully." Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Helltrip", "Altar of Death" and "Next Level of Torture". SCAAR's sophomore CD, "The Second Incision", was released via Holland's Karmageddon Media. Described as "nothing short of energy, hard-hitting and straight into your face. . . a killer mix of MACHINE HEAD, SLAYER, PANTERA and CORROSION OF CONFORMITY," the album's artwork was created by Niklas Sundin, who has previously worked with IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY, PASSENGER, NIGHTRAGE, and his own band, DARK TRANQUILITY.
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