August 11, 2004

German melodic black/death metallers SUIDAKRA have set "Command to Charge" as the title of their seventh album, tentatively due in early 2005. The follow-up to last year's "Signs for the Fallen" will be recorded during November 1-24, 2004 and will contain such cuts as "Decibel Dance", "Reap The Storm", "The Alliance", "Strange Perfection", "Second Skin" and "Gathered In Fear" (acoustic).

In other news, SUIDAKRA are planning on recording their Scream Festival performance on October 1 in Lübeck, Germany for an upcoming live DVD or as bonus material for the upcoming CD. The band will also be celebrating their 10th anniversary at the festival and are promising "some surprises."

Upcoming SUIDAKRA shows:

Aug. 21 – Barth, GER - Barther Metal Open Air
Oct. 01 – Lübeck, GER - Scream Festival
Nov. 20 – Giessen, GER - Pagan Metal Festival

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