FORCE OF EVIL To Enter Studio In September

FORCE OF EVIL, the new Danish band featuring guitarist Michael Denner (ex-MERCYFUL FATE), guitarist Hank Shermann (MERCYFUL FATE), bassist Hal Patino (KING DIAMOND), drummer Bjarne Holm (MERCYFUL FATE), and vocalist Martin Steene (ex-IRONFIRE), will enter Jailhouse studio in Horsens, Denmark on September 6 with producer Tommy Hansen (HELLOWEEN, PRETTY MAIDS) to begin recording their sophomore album, tentatively due in early 2005 through Escapi. 12 new songs will be recorded for the effort, which is being described by the band as "raw" and "more brutal" than the group's debut.

FORCE OF EVIL issued a DVD, entitled "Evil Comes...Alive", last May through Escapi. The disc was recorded last November in Stockholm, Sweden in Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS and contains extra material such as songs from their first concert in Cleveland last year, studio footage, interviews, promo video, image gallery, biography and more.


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