ADDICTION CREW Prepare To Record New Album

After appearing in several European charts with the single "What About" and reaching No. 1 on Japan's HMV Bestsellers Rock Chart with "Break in Life", Italy's ADDICTION CREW are currently writing material for their second effort on Earache Records.

The band have set "High Def Impact" as the working title for this upcoming full-length and guitarist-producer Alex Guadagnoli states that it will sound more aggressive and direct than "Break in Life". The production will take place in several studios from Bologna and Trento (Italy) to New York, where the singer Marta Innocenti will record her vocals. Some tracks titles are "Shine", "Only One", "Get Addicted" and "Have I Told You".

ADDICTION CREW's "What About" single was featured on the soundtrack of the Italian snowboard team's official DVD for the Olympic Winter Games 2006.


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