BLACKSHINE: New Album Samples Posted Online

Stockholm, Sweden's BLACKSHINE have uploaded several audio samples from their upcoming album, "Lifeblood" (cover), at their official web site. The band, who were previously signed to SPV, are currently negotiating with "several labels"and "will for sure sign a deal soon," according to a posting on the group's web site. "As soon as it's done, the album 'Lifeblood' will hopefully be released within a couple of months. Right now the band is writing new material for the next album. So far the new songs sound great!'

The follow-up to 2002's "Soulless & Proud", "Lifeblood" was recorded at 52ND Music Studio with co-producer Tor Adolfsson and is said to be the band's "most interesting and catchy album" to date.

BLACKSHINE recently parted ways with drummer Stefan "Stipen" Carlsson (HARM'S WAY, ex-MERCILESS, DIA PSALMA/STREBERS, TRANSPORT LEAGUE) and replaced him with Chris Barkensjö (KAAMOS).


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