Norwegian folk metal band Trollfest have begun recording a new album. The as of yet untitled album will be a follow-up to the bands 2012 release Brumlebassen and there is no word yet on the release date. The album will be recorded at Endre Kirkesola’s Dub Studio in Oslo and is set for release via NoiseArt Records.
The band stated the following about the album: “We will record eleven metal tracks and we also have a couple of acoustic songs up our sleeves, but at this stage obviously we are not sure which ones will make it onto the album. We will, however, be taking a slightly different musical direction with this album. The sound will undoubtedly be Trollfest, but it will vary from our last two releases. We will also be using a different studio this time. We have been more than happy with the Strand Studio who did an amazing job on ‘En Kvest For Den Hellige Gral’ and ‘Brumlebassen’, but we just wanted to get a different sound to match our new musical direction so we decided to use Endre Kirkesola’s Dub Studio in Oslo”