London, England's ORANGE GOBLIN has commenced the songwriting process for a brand new album, to be released around May/June 2018.
The new record will be their first for the Candlelight label since being acquired by Spinefarm/Universal and will be recorded early next year at Orgone Studios, U.K. with producer Jaime Gomez Arellano (GHOST, CATHEDRAL, PARADISE LOST, ANGEL WITCH).
It is the band's first album since 2014's "Back From The Abyss", and although there is no information on the album title or track listing, the band can reveal that the record will feature a guest appearance by the legendary MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell.
As well as working on the new album, the band is currently enjoying a massive year, having played the main stage at Download festival, Resurrection Fest in Spain and receiving a nomination for "Best UK Band" at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards.
The remainder of 2017 sees ORANGE GOBLIN continue to play across Europe at the likes of Woodstock in Poland, Wacken Open Air in Germany, Desertfest in Greece, and Up In Smoke and HRH Doom V in the U.K.
On top of this, they have been invited to open the main stage at Ozzfest Meets Knotfest in California in November.
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