STARRATS Begin Recording Sophomore Album

Danish hard rockers STARRATS have entered Whitebranch studio in Hillerød, Denmark to begin recording their sophomore album, tentatively due in early 2005. Nine drum tracks have been recorded thus far, and four more songs, plus a couple of covers, will be tracked in the near future.

The upcoming CD will be the follow-up to "Broken Halo", which was released last month via Adrenaline Records. Songtitles set to appear on the new CD include "Slaughterh-h-house", "The Devil and I", "Can You Scream", "The Creepy Crawler", "Raise", "Sinshine", "Rebelution", "The Angry Song" and "Unleashed".

STARRATS, who feature in their ranks former members of such acts as PUSH, FURY and THE BLACK ROSE, describe their sound as a mixture of "the great melody, feel and musicianship of the '70s and '80s" and "the rough sound and aggression of the present rock/metal scene." Influences range from WHITESNAKE, DEEP PURPLE and JUDAS PRIEST to SOCIAL DISTORTION, THE CULT and PAPA ROACH.

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