German-Polish power metal act BRN AGAIN has entered MP Studio in Poland with producer Bart Gabriel (BURNING STARR, CRYSTAL VIPER, LONEWOLF) to begin recording its debut album, "Neverending Fire". The 12-song effort will be completed later this summer for a late 2011 release.
BRN AGAIN features the following musicians:
* Marta Gabriel (CRYSTAL VIPER) - Lead And Backing Vocals, Keyboards * Martin Albrecht (ex-STORMWITCH, MYSTIC PROPHECY, ROUGH) - Bass Guitar And Backing Vocals * Bjrn Daigger (ex-MAJESTY, CIVILIZATION ONE, R:I:P) - Guitar And Backing Vocals * Alex Guth (STORMWARRIOR, BURNING STARR) - Guitar * Tom "Golem" Danczak (CRYSTAL VIPER, ex-DRAGON, DARZAMAT) - Drums
BRN AGAIN's debut single, "Neverending Fire", was released in 2010 and was made available as a free download and limited seven-inch vinyl on High Roller Records.
The band's style is described in a press release as "a mixture of traditional power metal, heavy metal and hard rock.
For more information, visit www.bornagainofficial.com.
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