STEELWING Preparing To Record Debut
Swedish metal act STEELWING (formerly SCAVENGER) was awarded a record deal with Boomer Entertainment and Nuclear Blast Records as part of a band contest launched by the Austrian management and booking company Rock The Nation.
This unique competition was presented and promoted by all leading European metal magazines, including the German, Italian, Spanish and Greek editions of Metal Hammer; Terrorizer (U.K.); Metallian (France); Scream (Norway); Rock Tribune (Belgium); Spark (Czech Republic); and the Dutch webzine LordsOfMetal.nl.
Commented STEELWING: "There's a HUGE interest in our upcoming album, and getting such a great response from heavy metal fans all over the world makes us even more eager to make it a rock-solid debut!
"What's going right now is that we've been working our asses off, finishing all the tracks for the album. The songs are all written, and we're preparing to enter the studio in a couple of weeks. We'll be recording the album at Deep Blue Studios with our friend and longtime producer Nicko DiMarino."
For more information, visit the band's MySpace page
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