CRYONIC TEMPLE To Release 'Immortal' In November
Swedish heavy metal band CRYONIC TEMPLE will release its new album, "Immortal", on November 21 via Metal Heaven Records.
CRYONIC TEMPLE was founded in 1996 and has over the years performed at such festivals as Sweden Rock, Headbanger's Open Air, Peace And Love, Gothenburg Metal, Motala Metal and 2000 Decibel. They have also supported URIAH HEEP, SAXON, LION'S SHARE and PAUL DI'ANNO.
After CRYONIC TEMPLE's successful and highly acclaimed third album, "In Thy Power", in 2005, the band went through some lineup changes and took time off to write new material before hitting the studio.
The group's new lineup features guitarists Esa Ahonen and Leif Collin alongside new singer Magnus Thurin (ex-MINDSCAPE), whose vocal style is said to be influenced by Michael Kiske, Geoff Tate and Tony Martin.
CRYONIC TEMPLE is:
Magnus Thurin - Vocals
Leif Collin - Guitar
Esa Ahonen - Guitar
Hans Karlin - Drums
Bjorn Svensson - Bass
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/cryonictemple.
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