The debut album from the Swedish melodic/progressive metal band DARKWATER, entitled "Calling the Earth to Witness", will be released in continental Europe on August 31 via Metal Heaven. The CD was issued in Sweden on May 28 and in Norway on June 18 through Indie Distribution.DARKWATER has also uploaded two songs from the album on its MySpace page: "Tallest Tree", and "The Play - II". "Calling the Earth to Witness", was mixed by Pelle Saether (ACT, SKYFIRE) at Studio Underground and was mastered by Göran Finnberg (IN FLAMES, THE HAUNTED, DARK TRANQUILLITY) at the Mastering Room.
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