SUPREME MAJESTY To Begin Recording New Album This Week

Swedish melodic metallers SUPREME MAJESTY will enter the studio on Friday (Oct. 1) to begin recording their third full-length album, tentatively due in early 2005. "Work on the preproductions have been extensive this time, and the band are confident that this release will outpace its predecessors by far," the group write on their web site.

SUPREME MAJESTY, who recently replaced drummer Jocke Unger with Johan Rydberg (ex-SANZIA, IN BLACK), issued their second album, "Danger", in September 2003 through Germany's Massacre Records. Several MP3 soundclips from the CD can be downloaded at this location.

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