CLOUDSCAPE Preparing To Enter Studio

Swedish metallers CLOUDSCAPE have issued the following update:

"CLOUDSCAPE is very excited about 2011 considering they'll release their fourth album, to be entitled 'New Era'. All songs are now written and the band is making plans with their management. CLOUDSCAPE will most likely enter the studio during the first months of 2011.

"CLOUDSCAPE have, as you may know, gone through a few member changes and it's been two and a half years since the release of 'Global Drama' so the band is happy to say that all wounds are healed and the band is back in the saddle more inspired than ever."

CLOUDSCAPE earlier year announced the addition of guitarist Daniel Paulson to the group's ranks.

"Darkest Legacy", the latest video from CLOUDSCAPE, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed, directed and edited by Rainer Holmgren (PAIN OF SALVATION, ARSIS).

"Darkest Legacy" comes off the group's third album, "Global Drama", which was released in 2008 in Europe through Goldencore/Roastinghouse Records and in North America through Nightmare Records.

CLOUDSCAPE previously described "Global Drama" as "the most varied and interesting album by CLOUDSCAPE so far. It contains a few really hard and raw metal songs and there will also be a few more atmospheric and dynamic songs progressively spiced." The CD was produced by Pontus Lindmark and recorded at RoastingHouse Studios in Malmö, Sweden.


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