ACCU§ER: New Album Title Revealed
German thrashers ACCU§ER have set "Diabolic" as the title of their next record, to be released in April 2013 via Red Shift Music/H'ART. The CD will be recorded in October at Gernhart studio with producer Martin Buchwalter (DESTRUCTION, PERZONAL WAR, SUIDAKRA).
ACCU§ER's last CD, "Dependent Domination", came out in July 2011 via Red Shift.
Formed in 1986, ACCU§ER received international acclaim with such albums as "Who Dominates Who" (1989) and "Repent" (1992) and songs rife with both technical and compositional pyrotechnics. Right from the beginning, the band established itself as an original among its American brethren from the San Francisco Bay Area as well as fellow countrymen KREATOR and DESTRUCTION, a fact cemented through its collaborations with TESTAMENT/ANTHRAX producer Alex Perialis and industrial pioneers DIE KRUPPS.
ACCU§ER split up in 1996 but reformed in 2008.
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