Greek old-school thrashers SUICIDAL ANGELS will enter Prophecy & Music Factory Studios in Kempten, Germany early October to begin recording the follow-up to last year's "Dead Again". The band will once again work with Greek producer Roberto Dimitri Liapakis, who helmed SUICIDAL ANGELS' last CD and is said to "know better than anyone else which sound the group is looking for." According to the band, "Everybody is looking forward to be working together on the new album. Never change a winning team."
SUICIDAL ANGELS' as-yet-untitled new album is scheduled for release in early 2012 via NoiseArt Records.
SUICIDAL ANGELS' "Final Dawn" video can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's third album, "Dead Again", which was released on November 19, 2010 via NoiseArt Records. The winners of the Rock The Nation awards 2009, which was presented by magazines from all over Europe, the quartet has found itself a perfect home as the label is a division of Rock The Nation, which also serves as the band's booking agency. The CD's cover artwork was created by Ed Repka, who has previously worked with MEGADETH and DEATH, among many others.
SUICIDAL ANGELS last year toured Europe alongside KREATOR, EXODUS and DEATH ANGEL as part of the Thrashfest Tour 2010.
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