DARK ANGEL To Begin Recording New Material

December 11, 2003

Reunited Los Angeles thrashers DARK ANGEL will enter Dreamcatcher Studios in Lake Balboa, California on Saturday (Dec. 13) to begin tracking some of their recently completed original material. In addition, plans exist for the group to lay down several cuts originally written in 1992 for their never-released "Atrocity Exhibition" CD with a view towards procuring a deal for a brand-new full-length album.

The entire project will be filmed for an upcoming DVD and enhanced CD, tentatively due next year.

Video footage for the project will be broadcasted live on the Internet via a streaming camera at this location. A live concert webcast is also being discussed, but has yet to be confirmed. More information will be made available soon.

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