AUTUMNBLAZE: More 'Every Sun Is Fragile' Details Revealed

German melodic dark metallers AUTUMNBLAZE will release their new album, "Every Sun Is Fragile", this winter via Pulverised Records. The CD artwork was created by acclaimed artist Travis Smith (DEATH, NEVERMORE, KATATONIA, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD). The effort will be made available in two different formats: a standard jewel case version and a limited-edition slipcase version. The slipcase edition will offer alternate artwork and be made available in limited quantities.

Spawned in 1995, AUTUMNBLAZE released four full-length albums and two EPs before the bandmembers laid the group to rest in 2006 in search of other musical endeavors. The band ultimately reformed just two years later to release their critically lauded "Perdition Diaries" longplayer in 2009.

Commented drummer Arisjel of the upcoming endeavor: "Expect a various blend of epic/melancholic metal and rock.These are some of the most ambitious songs we've ever written and everything was captured by the amazing production of our friend Charles Greywolf (POWERWOLF, FLOWING TEARS)."

"Every Sun Is Fragile" track listing:

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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


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