Brazilian metallers AQUARIA, featuring former members of UIRAPURU, will release their debut album, "Luxaeterna", in Brazil on July 30 via Hellion Records. Release dates for the European and American territories are tentatively penciled in for September."Luxaeterna" was produced by Bruno Agra and recorded at Creative Sound Studios in Sao Paulo by Philip Colodetti (said to be "the best heavy metal sound engineer of Brazil," who has previously worked with ANGRA, SHAMAN, KAMELOT, KRISIUN, HEAVENLY and RHAPSODY, among others) and mixed and mastered by Sascha Paeth (KAMELOT, RHAPSODY, ANGRA, EPICA) at Gate Studios in Wolfsburg, Germany. The CD is said to be a "rock opera" about the genesis of the universe, where each song is "a cosmic play, full of orchestrations and sound effects." For photos, MP3s and more information, visit the band's official web site, www.aquarialux.com.
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