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Holy Grail reveal plans for album no. 3

US outfit Holy Grail will return to the studio this weekend to begin work on a new album, it’s been announced.

It’ll be the follow-up to 2013’s Ride The Void and will be released by Prosthetic Records/Nuclear Blast.

Prosthetic say in a statement: “The Los Angeles-based metal powerhouse will enter the studio this weekend with Grammy Award-winning producer John Spiker to begin tracking their third album.”

Vocalist James-Paul Luna, drummer Tyler Meahl, bassist Blake Mount and guitarists Eli Santana and Alex Lee hope to launch the new material this autumn. They’ll also announce a run of summer shows in the coming weeks.

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