ATTILA Debut Heavy New Song “Cancelled,” Returns To Studio to Work on Ninth Studio Album

Attila have debuted a heavy new song entitled “Cancelled” on Friday (May 29) which finds the band returning to their roots in a song that has the resemblance of their third studio album, RAGE. With raunchy lyrics and irresistible breakdowns, the band continues to bring their fans new music that fans grew to adore.

Don’t give a f-ck about the guidelines / Don’t care bout pleasing all of you / I wanna watch the f-cking world burn / I wanna burn you too,” Fronzak sings in the opening lyrics.

You can listen to the new song “Cancelled” below:

The band also unveiled that they have returned to the studio in Michigan to work on their ninth studio album, which will serve as the follow-up to their 2019 album, Villain. “Cancelled” is set to appear on said album as the band continues to work on new songs for the effort.

In a post to Instagram, frontman Christopher ‘Fronz’ Fronzak gave fans an update saying that the band is en route to the studio.

“Currently en route to Michigan to create more music for all of you. I can’t wait to channel all of this energy into hateful pissed off heavy music.” said frontman Christopher ‘Fronz’ Fronzak.

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