Heavy Metal Band TYTUS Back in Studio (News)

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Italian Heavy Metal band TYTUS are back in the Recording Studio!

Press Release: Following the great response to their first album Rises (Sliptrick Records – 2016) and a bunch of killer live gigs in festivals like MetalDays (Slovenia), Home Fest (Italy) and others, TYTUS are back to their beloved Track Terminal Studio (Italy) to record some new stuff.

The ten songs on the new album are going to be something in between the NWOBHM and the speed/thrash metal of the early days.

Facebook Bio (edited): TYTUS has risen in 2014 from the brains of former members of punk ‘n’ roll/hardcore bands – Gonzales, La Piovra, Eu’s Arse – which extensively toured Europe and USA in the previous decade, taking the underground scene by storm. In May 2014 they released their first 7″ ep White Lines for three different labels: Self Destructo (USA), Ghost Highway (Spain) and Kornalcielo (Italy). After a few line-up changes, in October 2017 their first full-length Rises has been released by Sliptrick Records, with German talented singer/songwriter Conny Ochs and English former White Wizzard guitar player Will Wallner both featuring on the record. In these few years, they shared the stage with the likes of Pentagram, Crowbar, Valient Thorr, Warrior Soul, Castle and Gozu, touring Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Rep. and Slovenia.

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