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30th August 2012


For the next couple of weeks Krokus producer and bassist Chris Von Rohr, along with vocalist Marc Storace, are laying down bass and vocal tracks at no other than London's Abbey Road Studios for the band's new album.

Coincidentally, The Beatles, the band who made this studio famous are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year.

Sound engineer for the recording sessions is again Dennis Ward (Unisonic), who also recorded our last album 'Hoodoo'.

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The working title for Krokus' 17th studio album is 'Dirty Dynamite'. Producer Chris Von Rohr promises: "The new songs sound like dirty dynamite: pure, dirty, in your face hard rock with a touch of blues".

Adds Marc Storace: "We've been taking the time it needs writing for our next rock album and we guarantee that it definitely will contain no fillers!"

Stay tuned for more news to follow shortly.


Während den nächsten Wochen werden KROKUS Produzent & Bassist Chris Von Rohr und Sänger Marc Storace Gesang und Bass Tracks in keinem anderen Studio aufnehmen als in London's Abbey Road Studios, wo die Beatles ihre Karriere starteten. Als Sound Engineer ist Dennis Ward (Unisonic) auch wieder dabei.

'Dirty Dynamite' heisst der Arbeits Titel des 17ten Studio Album’s von KROKUS. Produzent Chris Von Rohr verspricht: "Die neuen Songs werden wie Dirty Dynamite klingen: pur, dreckig, in die Fresse Hard Rock mit einem Hauch von Blues". So auch Marc Storace: "Wir haben uns Zeit genommen um neue Songs zu schreiben und garantieren dass unser nächstes Rock Album definitiv keine Füller haben wird!".

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