SILENT FORCE: Studio Photos Posted Online

July 10, 2003

SILENT FORCE, the band featuring ex-ROYAL HUNT singer D.C. Cooper, have posted several photos taken during the recording sessions for their new album, "Line Of Attack", at this location.

The follow up to 2001's "Infatuator", which is being produced by Dennis Ward (ANGRA, PINK CREAM 69),is due before the end of the year.

As previously reported, SILENT FORCE guitarist Alex Beyrodt will be at the Nashville Summer Namm show July 17-20 to give demonstrations at the Behringer booth. He will also be appearing at a workshop (Guitar Gear Through The Years) at the SAE (School of Audio Engineering) in Nashville on July 22.

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