GOAT HORN: New Album Will Rival METALLICA's 'Master Of Puppets'

Canadian metallers GOAT HORN will be entering the studio this spring to record the follow up to their "Threatening Force" EP. The band are currently in talks with a handful of labels about a possible release of their new CD, which is expected this fall.

In other news, GOAT HORN's upcoming CD has been hand-picked as one of the "50 Most Anticipated Albums" in the February 2006 issue of Decibel magazine. Other bands featured is this issue include IRON MAIDEN, HATEBREED, IN FLAMES, LACUNA COIL, MASTODON, SLAYER and SHADOWS FALL.

Regarding what the fans can expect from the band's upcoming release, bass player Jason Decay said, "Basically what you can expect is something that you can sit up on a pedestal next to 'Master of Puppets'."

For more GOAT HORN information, including audio samples, visit www.myspace.com/goathorn.


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