Swedish metallers STEEL ATTACK entered Black Lounge Studio in Sweden on December 12 with engineer Jonas Kjellgren to record the follow-up to 2004's "Enslaved". "The last three weeks we have been rehearsing the new material very intense pace," guitarist Johan Jalonen Penn writes on the band's web site. "We have done 12 tracks since the summer for our as-yet-untitled fifth full-length album and we are very satisfied with the way the new songs sound before we hit the studio. Expect hard riffs combined with rich melodies and brilliant metal.""Enslaved" was issued in October 2004 via Arise Records. The album was supported by a 12-day European tour with Germany BLACK ABYSS and Canada's EXCITER.
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