MOB RULES Continuing Work On New Material
German metallers MOB RULES have issued the following update:
"The band continues to work on the new (already sixth) album. No album title is confirmed yet, but a 'hint' to the previous album 'Ethnolution A.D.' is likely... The main part of songs is already composed, also the band has started to record the first songs in the studio. This time MOB RULES members work in legs to secure the best result possible. Beside the known MOB RULES qualities, the new album will hold some surprises and unexpected things in store. One secret can be revealed here now: the six Northern Germans have written the longest song of their career so far and will amaze you with a real melodic metal pamphlet that lyrically deals with a very exciting up-to-date subject.
"For 2009 we have the first shows confirmed now. Also we are working to realise some very interesting tour constellations. Details to follow soon."
MOB RULES' latest album, "Ethnolution A.D.", was released in Europe in October 2006. Produced once again by Markus Teske (VANDEN PLAS, SPOCK'S BEARD, OASIS), "Ethnolution A.D." marks the recording debut with the group of guitarist Sven Lüdke (ex-MURDER ONE) and bassist Markus Brinkmann.
"Unholy War" live at last year's Magic Circle Festival:
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