D-A-D Recording New Album In U.S.

The web site of Danish rockers D-A-D has been updated with the following message:

"Right now D-A-D are on their way to the Copenhagen Airport Kastrup. In a few hours the band members will board a plane bound for the U.S. The four of them are preparing for an intense period of recording, which will take place in a well-equipped studio in the New York City area. The band will be back in Denmark to play the Super Rally in Fredericia May 9th, but will return to USA after the concert."

D-A-D's "Scare Yourself Alive" CD/DVD was released in May 2006 via EMI. The package features memorable moments from the band's "Scare Yourself Alive" tour, including footage from Roskilde and additional material from the November 2005 show at the KB Hallen in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The group's ninth studio album, "Scare Yourself" topped the album chart in Denmark upon its release in May 2005.

Watch D-A-D's "Scare Yourself" video:


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