PRIMAL FEAR Issue Recording Update, Confirm Spanish Festival Appearance

German power metallers PRIMAL FEAR have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Randy [Black] has finished his drumparts for the new album and it's guitar time at the House Of Music. Working together with Charlie Bauerfeind [producer] is fantastic and the spirit in the studio is great!

"The festival in Spain on August 12-14th is now shaping up. It will be a 3 day event in gernika near Bilbao and named Metalway Festival. We can confirm our participation on Saturday Aug 13th, together with the great JUDAS PRIEST plus more bands — more news soon!"

PRIMAL FEAR's new CD will be mixed by Mike Fraser (DEF LEPPARD, METALLICA, AC/DC, AEROSMITH) at the Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, Canada. A tentative October release through Nuclear Blast Records is expected.


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