Black Star Riders Complete Recording of New Album

Published 10 years ago on January 30, 2013

By Guitar Interactive Magazine

Black Star Riders Complete Recording of New Album-

Black Star Riders  have revealed they've completedthe recording of their debut album.

The former Thin Lizzy members, who decided toadopt the new name after touring for many years under the Lizzymoniker, posted a short message confirming the news this pastMonday that simply read 'Album is done.'

The band, who were reportedly recording a track a day, have beenkeeping fans up to date over the course of the recording sessionsby sharing studio updates via their social media channels.

Track titles already announced for the new album include'Hoodoo Voodoo,' 'Kingdom Of The Lost,''Bound For Glory,' 'All Hell Breaks Loose' and'Someday Salvation.'

Late next month, the band will once again perform asThin Lizzy during a series of Australian showswith KISS and MotleyCrue


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