LONEWOLF Hard At Work On New Album

French heavy metal squad LONEWOLF has started pre-production for its brand new, fourth studio album. Some of the special guests that will take part in the recordings are Majk Moti (ex-RUNNING WILD) and Jan B√ľnning (ex-PARAGON). The as-yet-untitled CD will be recorded this summer, produced by Bart Gabriel (CRYSTAL VIPER, METALUCIFER, SABBAT), and mixed and mastered by the Grammy-nominated guitarist Andy La Rocque (KING DIAMOND, HAMMERFALL, EVERGREY) at his Sonic Train Studios in Varberg, Sweden.

LONEWOLF was formed in 1992, and except several demo tapes and singles, released three studio albums that estabilished their position in the heavy metal underground. Their sound continue the classic legacy of the German heavy metal acts such as RUNNING WILD, GRAVE DIGGER, ACCEPT and PARAGON.

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