DANZIG: New Studio Photos Posted Online

According to a posting at www.7thhouse.com, Glenn Danzig has just finished adding piano to some songs for the new DANZIG album. Check out photos from the latest DANZIG studio sessions: Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3, Photo#4, Photo#5.

As previously reported, DANZIG recently inked a European deal with Sweden's Regain Records and are said to be still looking into offers from several U.S. labels for the American release of the band's eighth studio album, tentatively due in the spring. The follow-up to 2002's "777: I Luciferi" will feature a song tentatively called "Skin Carver", among others. DANZIG's current lineup (click here to view photo) consists of Glenn Danzig (vocals), Tommy Victor (guitar, PRONG), Bevan Davies (drums, COMES WITH THE FALL), and Jerry Montano (bass, ex-THE DEADLIGHTS).


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