OSTROGOTH WORKING ON FIRST NEW FULL LENGTH ALBUM IN 30 YEARS

STUDIO

These past few weeks basic recordings took place for what will become Ostrogoth’s first full length studio album since ‘Feelings Of Fury’, released in 1987. The recordings took place at the home studio of guitarist Tom Tas and so far twelve new songs are finished and demoed.
With the band still writing new stuff, chances are that we will have sixteen new songs finished, by the time we will enter the recording studio, summer 2017.
The new album will probably have ten tracks on it, with ‘All Manners of Light’, ‘Better Man’, ‘More Than Meets the Eye’, ‘Powder & Arms’ and ‘Sonic Machine’, being possible song titles. The new record will also contain a big epic song, that will be the longest Ostrogoth recording so far. And there’s a fast song, simply entitled ‘Ostrogoth’. Sounds like an anthem in the making.
So there will be a new Ostrogoth record! But don’t hold your breath yet. We are looking at a late 2017 release, not any time sooner.

In the meantime Ostrogoth will take it’s debut album on the road in 2017, with a special old school set with the entire 1984 album ‘Ecstasy and Danger’, plus additional classic tunes from the early days.