DIONYSUS: New Album Details Revealed

DIONYSUS, the Swedish/German melodic power metal act featuring the voice behind guitarist Luca Turilli's (RHAPSODY) solo work, Olaf Hayer, and ex-SINERGY drummer Ronny Milianowicz, have revealed the details of their sophomore album, "Anima Mundi" (Latin for "The Soul of the World"), due on January 19 through AFM Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "Sign Of Truth" was recorded at Studio Kuling in Örebro, Sweden with producer Jens Moberg (KATATONIA, LAMBRETTA, CRYSTAL BLUE) and was mastered at Polar Studios in Stockholm.

The complete track listing for "Anima Mundi" (view cover here) is as follows:

01. Divine
02. Bringer of War
03. Anima Mundi
04. Heart Is Crying
05. What
06. Eyes of The World
07. March For Freedom
08. Closer To The Sun
09. Forever More
10. Paradise Land


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