SUIDAKRA To Enter Studio Tomorrow
German melodic black/death metallers SUIDAKRA will enter Gernhard studio in Siegburg, Germany on Tuesday (Nov. 2) to begin recording their seventh album, "Command to Charge", tentatively due in early 2005. The group hope to complete the recording and mixing sessions for the follow-up to last year's "Signs for the Fallen" by November 25.
"Command to Charge" projected track listing:
01. Decibel Dance
02. Reap The Storm
03. The Alliance
04. Strange Perfection
05. Second Skin
06. C14_Measured By Infinity
07. The End Beyond Me
08. Dead Man's Reel (instrumental)
09. A Runic Rhyme (acoustic)
10. Gathered In Fear (acoustic)
11. Moonlight Shadow (MIKE OLDFIELD cover)
SUIDAKRA were previously scheduled to record their Scream Festival performance on October 1 in Lübeck, Germany for an upcoming live DVD or as bonus material for the upcoming CD. No further details are currently available.
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