Video: ARTILLERY Performs In Prague

Fan-filmed video footage of Danish thrash metal veterans ARTILLERY performing on May 19 in Prague, Czech Republic can be seen below.

ARTILLERY returned to Medley Studios in Copenhagen on June 4 with producer Søren Andersen to record more songs for their forthcoming album.

The band laid down two new tracks during a late-March recording session: "Anno Requirem" and "Dies Irae". Other working songtitles set to appear on the new CD include "Define Your Sins" and "Wardrum Heartbeat".

Singer Søren Adamsen left ARTILLERY last year for personal reasons and was replaced by Michael Bastholm Dahl.

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ARTILLERY's South American tour in November featured the band's new lineup, which also includes drummer Josua Madsen alongside longtime bassist Peter Thorslund and founding members Morten and Michael Stützer on guitars.


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