VOLBEAT Change Working Title Of Debut Album

Danish metallers VOLBEAT have changed the projected title of their debut album to "The Strengh, the Sound, the Songs" from the originally announced "Rebel Monster". The CD was recorded at Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmark with producer Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR) and contains re-recorded tracks from the group's two demos, as well as five new songs and one cover song. A fall release through New Aeon Media, a subsidiary of Holland's Karmageddon Media, is expected.

VOLBEAT's last release was a six-song promotional CD/demo, entitled "Beat the Meat". Three tracks from the CD — "Soulweeper", "Pool of Booze" and "Danny & Lucy" — can currently be downloaded from the group's web site at this location.

VOLBEAT lineup:

Michael Poulsen (ex-DOMINUS) – Guitar/Vocals
Jon Larsen (ex-MORATORIUM, THE SCENT) - Drums
Teddy Vang (ex-POST, COMMON DELUTION) – Guitar
Anders Kjølholm (ex-PINK APPLE, DOMINUS, NO SOLUTION) – Bass


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