PANIKK: New Song Available For Streaming

"Panic Attack", a brand new song from Slovenian thrashers PANIKK, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track comes off the band's new album, "Unbearable Conditions", which will be released in early 2013 via Metal Tank Records. The CD was recorded at DYZ Sonic Temple Studio with producer Dyz.

Commented PANIKK: "We finally finished the recording of 'Unbearable Conditions'. The overall recording went smoothly, in fast mood and with no dramatic issues. We already heard the very final result and the entire crew is both excited and thrilled about what months of recording gave birth to a lethal dose of fast, old-school and untamed thrash metal. We are pretty sure that all of you enjoying tunes from legendary acts such as VIO-LENCE, EVILDEAD, SEPULTURA, DEMOLITION HAMMER, FORCED ENTRY and ACID REIGN will dig our latest effort at 100%."

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