CALLEJON: New Song Posted Online

German screamo upstarts CALLEJON have released a new song entitled "In dunklen Wassern brennt ein Licht" on MySpace. The track comes off the band's upcoming EP, "Fauler Zauber Dunkel Herz", which will be available by mailorder or directly from the group when they hit the road in Germany this December on The Almighty Winter Tour 2007 with Lifeforce Records acts WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH, FALL OF SERENITY (on select dates) and German metalcore newcomers LAST ONE DYING.

CALLEJON frontman Bastian Sobtzick, who is responsible for all CALLEJON artwork and who runs his own merchandising company Gravery Clothing, recently worked on WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH's latest album "Transmetropolitan" and has also just finished the artwork for HEAVEN SHALL BURN's newest offering "Iconoclast (Part 1: The Final Resistance)", due out in January 2008 on Metal Blade Records.

CALLEJON is currently negotiating a new record deal, to be announced in early 2008. The band will then hit the studio to record a new album for a tenative fall 2008 release.

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