RAM Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

RAM, the traditional Gothenburg, Sweden-based heavy metal band featuring Leif Larsson (ex-FROZEN EYES, NME WITHIN) and Morgan Pettersson (ex-B-THONG), has entered Studio Bongo in the group's hometown to begin mixing its new album. The CD was produced by Johan Reivén and is tentatively expected in early 2009.

RAM released its full-length debut, "Forced Entry", in November 2005. The CD was recorded at Black Path studios and was mixed at Gothenburg's Brewhouse facility. Mastering duties were handled by Göran Finnberg.

RAM is among the artists featured on the "New Age of Iron Vol. 1 (Teutonic-Swedish Alliance)" 12" vinyl release, which came out in November 2007 via Iron Age Records. The LP features five brand-new tracks and one rare and never-before-released song by the finest acts on the current Swedish and German underground scenes.

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