SILENT FORCE: New Album Recording Update

SILENT FORCE's Torsten Röhre has finished recording the keyboard parts for the group's third album, "Line Of Attack". Next up, Alex Beyrodt will lay down the guitar tracks, to be followed by D.C. Cooper's (ex-ROYAL HUNT) vocals.

The follow up to 2001's "Infatuator" is being produced by Dennis Ward (ANGRA, PINK CREAM 69) and is due in early 2004.

In other news, Beyrodt is set to mary his girlfriend Yuko at a Japanese wedding ceremony in Yamaguchi on October 27.

SILENT FORCE recently parted ways with Inside Out Music America because they were deemed to be "not the right fit" for the label's roster. A new U.S. record company for the group has yet to be announced.

Upcoming Alex Beyrodt guitar workshops:

Sep. 26-27 - Live Lights – München, GER

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