CIRRHA NIVA: Video Footage From Recording Sessions For New Album Available
Behind-the-scenes footage from the recording sessions for the as-yet-untitled new album from the Dutch progressive rock band CIRRHA NIVA can be viewed below.
CIRRHA NIVA's new CD is being recorded in part at Excess studio (AYREON, AFTER FOREVER) in Rotterdam, Holland under the guidance of Split Second Sound (TEXTURES, AUTUMN).
The album will feature the following seven songs (in no particular order):
02. Self Chosen
03. Spring Before Winter
04. Running From The Source
05. Golan Heights
06. The Fooling
CIRRHA NIVA last year announced the addition of singer Legrand to the group's ranks. The band stated at the time, "[Legrand] learned the songs in only a few weeks and was very convincing while performing them for and with us. It felt good the minute we started playing the first song, it felt so good that we offered him the job right after the audition. Besides learning all the songs we already have written, he can prove himself also in the writing process."
CIRRHA NIVA's last CD, "Liaison de la Morte", was released in 2001.
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