CEMETARY: New Album To Surface In April

CEMETARY mainman Mathias Lodmalm has issued the following update via the group's web site:

"As I write this I'm heading out for Hong Kong to finish off what is to be 'Phantasma'. This album has taken me over three years and three continents to finish and now is the time to wrap things up. 2004 will not only hold the 'Phantasma' release but also celebrates the fact that it's 15 years since this project started. 2004 also sees CEMETARY return to its true label home — Black Mark.

"A lot of things have been said and done but in the end our relationship is of a very personal nature and that's that. Any comments beyond this just takes the focus away from the main act: the music!

" 'Phantasma' will be out late April on plain CD and ltd. digipack. A vinyl release will follow a few months later.

"More info as things develop.

"Now, I have an album to finish."

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