ANUBIS GATE: New Album Title Revealed
Danish melodic progressive power metal band ANUBIS GATE has set "Horizons" as the title of its sixth album, due before the end of the year via Nightmare Records.
Regarding the musical direction of the follow-up to 2011's self-titled CD, ANUBIS GATE states: "We can say that it every bit as progressive as 'The Detached' albeit not in the same manner. Some of the songs will take longer for you to 'get into.' A good deal of very complex compositions, though very melodic, and as usual free of the usual long 'synth/guitar unison progmetal standard stuff.'"
ANUBIS GATE earlier in the year parted ways with drummer Morten Sørensen and replaced him with Morten Gade Sørensen (PYRAMAZE, WUTHERING HEIGHTS).
Morten Gade Sørensen is known for his excellent drumming in such bands as PYRAMAZE, WUTHERING HEIGHTS and LANCE KING.
ANUBIS GATE is Henrik Fevre (vocals, bass), Michael Bodin (guitar), Kim Olesen (guitar, synths), Morten Gade Sørensen (drums).
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