ANGTORIA: 'Demo Of The Month' In German, French Metal Magazines

ANGTORIA, the new Swedish/British orchestral/metal band formed by female singer Sarah Jezebel Deva (CRADLE OF FILTH, THERION, MORTIIS), composer Chris Rehn (ABYSSOS) and Tommy Rehn (MOAHNI MOAHNA), have been awarded "Demo of the Month" in the January 2005 issue of Germany's Metal Hammer magazine and March 2005 issue of France's Metallian magazine.

ANGTORIA last summer completed a five-song "industry-only" demo at Virtual Symphony Studios in Sundsvall, Sweden and are currently seeking a record deal. The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Six Feet Under
02. Confide In Me (KYLIE MINOGUE cover)
03. Little Girl
04. Deity Of Disgust
05. I Cried Alone

A two-and-a-half minute MP3 containing a short sample of each song from ANGTORIA's demo has been posted online at this location.


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