PANZERCHRIST To Release 'The 7th Offensive' In July

May 15, 2013

Danish death metal mercenaries PANZERCHRIST will release their seventh album, entitled "7th Offensive", on July 15 via Listenable Records.

The band used three different studios to record the follow-up to 2011's "Regiment Ragnarok": guitars and bass were recorded in the Igloo by HR Swan, drums were recorded at AMP studio by Jens Förster and Markus Ziemer. and vocals and the final mix were done in Death Island Studio, engineered by Marco Angioni.

A press release states: "Although very extreme musically on a constant basis, PANZERCHRIST have never quite done the same album twice. 'The 7th Offensive' shows a slightly more melodic and evil tainted approach on the guitars , enhancing the grey, sinister feel of a battlefield . It definitely sounds bleak. The band also welcomes back ultra-guttural and pure death metal vocals. Make no mistake, PANZERCHRIST's new album retain the violence and über brutality the band has been known for."

Says the band: "The war is over, let's start a new one. Death forever panzer!"

The song "Dogger Dead", taken from "7th Offensive", can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below.

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