AUTUMN TEARS Part With Vocalist, Continue Work On New CD
New England “neo-classical darkwave metal” act AUTUMN TEARS have officially parted ways with vocalist Erika. While no replacement has yet been found or is planned at this point, AUTUMN TEARS will continue to work on their forthcoming album, Eclipse, which is tentatively due to be completed by the summer. According to the group, over a half an hour of music has already been written and is being described by the band as “beautiful, haunting music that will set the standard once again for the neo-classical darkwave genre.”
AUTUMN TEARS' Eclipse will tentatively be released at the end of the year through Dark Symphonies Records.
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