SINISTER Prepare To Record 'Savage Or Grace'
Dutch female-fronted death metallers SINISTER will enter Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland on Jan. 21 to begin recording their new album, "Savage or Grace", for a May 12 release through Nuclear Blast Records. "We will be working together with our friend and former SINISTER guitarist Ron v/d Polder to bring you are new release of brutality," reads a message on the band's official web site. "Although Ron is excited to play with SINISTER, he will not be a part of the band as a permanent member. [Ex-CANTARA/GOD DETHRONED stand-in guitarist] Pascal will handle the guitar work on his own during live performances etc.
"Be prepared for one piece of brutality! The new songs are extremely technical and fast in the same style as our debut, 'Cross the Styx'."
Among the cuts set to appear on "Savage or Grace" are the following:
01. Savage or Grace?
03. Collapse Rewind
04. Righteous Indignations
05. The Age of Murder
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