RAGE Complete Work On 'Soundchaser'

Veteran German metallers RAGE have completed work on their new album, "Soundchaser", due in late summer through SPV/Steamhammer Records. The follow-up to last year's "Unity" was recorded in April at VPS Studio in Hamm, Germany and was mixed and mastered by producer Charlie Bauerfeind at Mi Sueno studio (owned by Andi Deris of HELLOWEEN fame) in Tenerife, Spain.

"We've finished the mix of the new songs for 'Soundchaser' album last week and we are happy and really satisfied with the result," writes RAGE guitarist Victor Smolski on his official web site. " 'Soundchaser' will present some surprises: after a very unusual intro you will face a raising up from song to song, a 'heavy kick in the ass'!! At 'Flesh And Blood' there is an exotic Sitarsolo with high gain (one of my favorite songs), at 'Secrets In A Weird World' there are bombastic keyboard arrangements for the progressive fans and at the end you can hear the voice of guest singer Andi Deris (HELLOWEEN)."


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