Danish/Swedish prog-metallers BEYOND TWILIGHT have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We are happy to announce that BEYOND TWILIGHT is working with two superb graphic artists, Mattias Norén and Rob Sindermann. The band is absolutely thrilled about this. Rob who made 'The Devil's Hall of Fame' and Mattias who made 'Section X' is now working on the new album entitled 'For The Love of Art and the Making'. The concept of the album is extremely sophisticated. Illustrations from both artists will embellish the cover and booklet and in details explain the concept.

"[BEYOND TWILIGHT mainman] Finn [Zierler, keyboards] is currently working in Jailhouse Studio with the fabulous sound wizard Tommy Hansen. BEYOND TWILIGHT is entering the final stage of the mixing sessions. The recordings have once again taken place in three different studios. Once again in Hansen Studios were super producer Jacob Hansen has done outstanding work (now expanded to two studios). In Zierler's Dungeon and in Jailhouse Studio B where Finn once again has been producing. Mixing a 40-minute long composition with hundreds of tracks is close to mission impossible. Definitely the most comprehensive production in the band's history. But Tommy Hansen is the man for it showing why he is one of the most respected producers in metal. The new ProTools in Jailhouse Studios is like a musician's paradise. Handling a production of this size takes extreme skill and equipment — Tommy and his new gear in Studio A are making it possible."

BEYOND TWILIGHT recently announced the addition of Swedish singer Björn Jansson as the replacement for Kelly Sundown Carpenter (also of OUTWORLD). The band's most recent album, "Section X", was issued in 2005 via Massacre Records.


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