Swedish heavy metal band Wolf are set to start recording their 5th album from September 17th on in Studio Seven in Örebro / Sweden. Behind the mixing table, Wolf will be joined by renowned producer Roy Z. After working with the likes of Judas Priest, Sebastian Bach, Halford, Helloween, Malmsteen, Bruce Dickinson etc, Roy Z now takes on Wolf.

The band comments: "It is an honor and a great privilege to get to work with Roy. We're big fans of his work and we are 100% sure that he'll fuel the black flame that is Wolf. He knows his heavy metal & so do we!"

And Roy Z is also glad to work with the band and states: "I first heard Wolf a few years back when a good friend of mine was cranking "Evil Star" in his car. Since then Wolf have been one of my favorite new bands. The opportunity came up for me to work on the new album, so I am off… I am looking forward to be a part of the new recordings with the lads. The new tunes Rock so to Sweden I will Roll to be a part of a great new CD with the Wolf gang! I am ready to Howl!"

The follow up to 2006's much lauded "The Black Flame" will see the light of day in early 2009 on Century Media Records. The working title is "Ravenous".


Source: myspace.com
Band profile: Wolf
 
Posted: 16.09.2008 by ArtiA



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Doc Godin - 17.09.2008 at 03:05  
Nice, couldn't think of a more fitting producer either.
Bad English - 17.09.2008 at 19:20  
I know this abnd, realy good oen new band like Roy Z sad, realy looking forvard hear it

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