BY NIGHT: New Album Title Revealed

Falkenberg, Sweden-based metallers BY NIGHT have set "Sympathy For Tomorrow" as the title of their third album for a tentative early 2011 release. The CD was recorded this past at StudioMega in Varberg, Sweden and "the results are absolutely mind-blowing," according to a press release. "The heaviness and the aggression are there and the songs grow [with] every listen. The fans will not be disappointed."

BY NIGHT parted ways with Lifeforce Records in 2009 and is currently considering various options on how to distribute the new songs.

"We are thrilled to get out on the road again and have a great time with our fans," the band said in a statement.

BY NIGHT's sophomore album, "A New Shape of Desperation", was released in September 2006 via Lifeforce Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Burn the Flags" was recorded at StudioMega and was mixed by Chris Silver and Johan Öhrnborg. Artwork was handled by Henric Carlsson from BY NIGHT's Lifeforce labelmates NIGHTRAGE.


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