CLAWFINGER Finish Recording New Album

Frontman Zak Tell of the Swedish rap/metal combo CLAWFINGER has issued the following update on the recording sessions for the group's new studio album:

"Okay, people, so here's the deal! We have now finished the recordings of the 11 songs that will most likely end up being our sixth album. All we need to do now is polish them up a bit, add a few extras and redo a couple of backing vocals in the next few weeks. After that it's totally and completely done, believe it or not! In other words, the next step is to come up with a title, as we have not managed to do so yet, and also an album cover, and after that it's a question of releasing it on the right label as soon as fucking possible!

"After having heard through the tracks quite a few times now I have to say I'm thrilled about it and I feel like a kid in a candy store and proud as a god as I know how much work we have put into these songs. All the same, they are very raw and basic and less filled up with loops and samples!"

CLAWFINGER's latest album, "Zeros & Heros", was released in May 2003 via G.U.N./Supersonic Records.


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