EERIE To Record Four-Song Demo In July

VANMAKT's Gorgoth (a.k.a. Tais) has issued the following update on his Swedish gothic/doom metal project EERIE:

"I have just talked to our label and at the moment they are having some troubles. So we have decided to not record a full album this summer since we dont know if it will be released. Instead we will record a four-song demo that will be sent to interested labels and labels that we find interesting.

"The songs that will be recorded are:

01. Memorial Part I
02. Closure
03. Alone...
04. As The World Comes To An End

"We will enter EPM Studios in July to record these songs. Hopefully we will be done with the recording in August.

"So, be prepared for some really good music in August!

"If you have a label that is interested in working with EERIE, please send us a mail either here in MySpace or at Mattias (at) Vanmakt. com."


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