German despondent rockers AUTUMNBLAZE have released a stop-motion music video for "Invisible Fields", a new track taken from the group's upcoming full-length effort entitled "Every Sun Is Fragile". The clip was created by Philip L. Ward of Meph Production. Also available is a six-minute audio snippet of "Every Sun Is Fragile".
The "Every Sun Is Fragile" artwork will be made available in two different formats; the normal jewel case CD version and a limited-edition slipcase CD version. The slipcase CD edition will feature an alternate cover and will be made available in limited quantities.
"Every Sun Is Fragile" track listing:
01. Opening 02. New Ghosts In Town 03. Invisible Fields 04. Im Spiegel 05. Mein Engel, Der Aus Augen Fließt 06. Every Sun Is Fragile 07. Cold Soul 08. How I Learned To Burn My Teardrops 09. A Place For Paper Diamonds 10. Verglimmt
Markus Baltes – Vocals, Guitar Andreas - Guitar Arisjel – Drums, Backing Vocals
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