Austrian symphonic black metal DORNENREICH has extended its contract with Prophecy Productions for a further three albums. The band is currently working on material for its new album, entitled "In Luft Geritzt" ("Carved in Air").

Commented the band: "For 'In Luft Geritzt' we will be recording eleven tracks: ten tracks that will form the album, and one that will only be included as a bonus on the first edition. The writing process is nearly finished by now, and we will try to feature additional new songs in the set-list of concerts to come. We have also already gathered specific ideas for the artwork, and the lyrics are also coming forth, promising to be more concise than ever before. We will see... and this most probably in spring 2008."

DORNENREICH's fifth studio album, "Durch den Traum", was released last year via Prophecy.


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