Holy shit, that’s a productive band.
Fucking 17 albums? That’s madness. That’s quite a catalogue.
Yes — Swiss hard rock vets Krokus have entered Abbey Road Studios to begin recording Dirty Dynamite.
That’s the title of their 17th studio album, which is tentatively due in early 2013.
Krokus’ new one is being produced by bassist Chris Von Rohr.
“The new songs sound like ‘dirty dynamite’: pure, dirty, in-your-face hard rock with a touch of blues,” the bassist says.
Added Krokus vocalist 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.”
For the next couple of weeks, Von Rohr and Storace are laying down bass and vocal tracks at Abbey Road Studios in London. The sound engineer for the sessions is Dennis Ward, who recorded the band’s last album, Hoodoo.
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