SILENT FORCE: New Studio Photos Posted Online

SILENT FORCE, the power metal band featuring ex-ROYAL HUNT singer D.C. Cooper, have entered House of Music studio in Winterbach, Germany with producer Dennis Ward to begin recording the drums for their new album, tentatively due in early 2006 via AFM Records. Check out pictures from the studio at this location.

As previously reported, guitars, bass and keyboards for the new CD will be laid down at Guitars from Hell studio in Krefeld, Germany, while the vocal recordings will be done at Ward's new studio in Bruchsal, Germany. "The song material is in the same direction like the last album, 'Worlds Apart'," according to a posting on the group's web site.

SILENT FORCE's third full-length album, "Worlds Apart" was released in the U.S. in October 2004 via Noise Records.


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