ANUBIS GATE To Enter Studio In June

Danish melodic progressive power metal band ANUBIS GATE will enter the studio in June to begin recording its new album for a late 2010 release.

ANUBIS GATE's latest album, "The Detached", was honored in the "Best Danish Metal Production" category at the Danish Metal Awards 2009, which was held on January 16 at Amager Bio in Copenhagen, Denmark. The CD, which came out in February 2009 via Locomotive Records, features "12 amazing songs" based on a story by renowned game play writer Martin Rauff and set to lyrics by ANUBIS GATE's own Henrik Fevre," according to a press release. The album, like its predecessor ("Andromeda Unchained"), was produced by Jacob Hansen and Kim Olesen, and sees the band "further developing its unique style of progressive power metal with new twists and turns, but as always with the songwriting taking the high seat."

Check out audio samples on the ANUBIS GATE MySpace page.

ANUBIS GATE's previous album, "Andromeda Unchained", was released in August 2007 via Locomotive Music. The CD was recorded at Hansen Studios and Sphere Music with producers Jacob Hansen and Kim Olesen and mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen at Hansen Studios.


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