Greek old-school thrashers SUICIDAL ANGELS have issued the following update:"We gladly inform you that SUICIDAL ANGELS are spending their time rehearsing new songs for their second full-length album, due in 2009. So far we have five songs ready and they mean serious thrash business! The new record will feature fast and aggressive thrash tunes like the first one, but rest assured we won't create an exact copy of 'Eternal Domination'! The new tunes are shaping up with interesting differences compared to the 'Eternal Domination' songs and we are all very pleased with the outcome. What's more, SUICIDAL ANGELS are working on a European tour in winter, when they will present some of the new tunes, plus a concert in their hometown, Athens, sometime soon! Stay tuned for more information, as the plans to hit the stage again are in motion!" Vasilis Mazaris and Elena Mihailidou of Metalzone.gr earlier in the year conducted an interview with Themis from SUICIDAL ANGELS (see video below). Themis spoke about the band's latest release, the experience of touring with great acts like ROTTING CHRIST and his feelings about the group's tour with ONSLAUGHT. He also talked about the difficulties the band had to face before it finally got a record deal, how the music business is rather skeptical towards Greek musicians and how touring is the key to draw attention to what you do and what you have to offer as a band. SUICIDAL ANGELS' debut album, "Eternal Domination", was released in July 2007 via OSM Records.
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