AXEMASTER Prepares To Record New Album

Ohio-based metallers AXEMASTER have issued the following update:

"We're happy to let everyone know that the writing for AXEMASTER's long awaited new full-length CD, tentatively titled 'The Second Coming', has been completed and the recording will start soon. It will be a long process as there are 15 songs and everyone involved want to take the time to make sure everything comes out kick-ass! The songwriting, musicianship, and recording of this release will be better than anything the band has previously done, a fitting comeback effort from a project that never strayed from their metal roots! Three of the songs that will be re-recorded and included on the CD can be found on the AXEMASTER MySpace page. You can also hear an advance demo recording of one additional song at this location. Other featured tracks are 'Sea of Rage', 'Trapped', and 'Immortality'."

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