ATTACKER To Enter Studio Next Week

New Jersey metallers ATTACKER have issued the following update:

"ATTACKER have ended their performance schedule for 2006 this past Sunday in their hometown of Hoboken, New Jersey at the reknowned Maxwell's venue. 2006 has been the bands most prolific year to date with live shows in the United States and Europe in support of their latest album 'The Unknown'.

"Not comfortable with resting on its proverbial laurels, the U.S. metal band will re-enter the studio the first week of November to begin work on their fifth album with an expected release date projected for September 2007 through Sentinel Steel Records. The new album's title will be 'King Of Hate'.

"This coming April 2007, the band will take a break from recording their new album to embark on a debut headlining performance in the United Kingdom. Details will be forthcoming."


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