TAD MOROSE Guitarist: The Songs For The New Album Are Written

Guitarist Christer "Krunt" Andersson of Swedish melodic metallers TAD MOROSE has issued the following update:

"So what is really going on with TAD MOROSE? The songs [for the new album] are written, pre-production recording done. Planning for the recording of the album has begun. Our goal is to get the album out before we get shitfaced and say 'Happy New Year' again.

"So should it really take this long to make an album? No! But in our case, obviously... A band could manage to break up, start their solo careers, the record company would put out a 'best of' album and the band could even do a reunion in the same period of time as we have been 'working on the new album.' In our case, it has sometimes felt that the harder we try the harder it gets to get it done. I hope you will feel that it was worth the wait when you get to listen to it."

TAD MOROSE last March announced the addition of singer Joe Comeau (ex-ANNIHILATOR, LIEGE LORD, OVERKILL) to the group's ranks. Comeau joined TAD MOROSE as the replacement for Urban Breed, who left the band in December 2005.

Urban became TAD MOROSE's singer in 1995 following the departure of Kristian "Krille" Andrén. Breed appeared on the group's last four studio albums: 1997's "A Mended Rhyme", 2000's "Undead", 2002's "Matters of the Dark" and 2003's "Modus Vivendi".

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