ENGEL's March 5, 2011 performance at the House Of Metal in Umeå, Sweden will be professionally recorded by Swedish national radio (Sveriges Radio) and broadcast on P3 Live sometime this spring. More information will be made available soon.
ENGEL is the Gothenburg, Sweden-based quintet featuring guitarists Marcus Sunesson (THE CROWN) and Niclas Engelin (PASSENGER, ex-GARDENIAN, IN FLAMES), vocalist Mangan Klavborn, drummer Jimmy Olausson (ex-MARIONETTE) and bassist Steve Drennan (AMON AMARTH, LOCUS).
ENGEL's second album, "Threnody", was released in Europe on November 8, 2010 and in the U.S. on January 11, 2011 via Season Of Mist. The CD was issued in Japan on April 20, 2010 via Avex.
ENGEL recorded "Threnody" at PUK studio in Gjerlev, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HIMSA, SICK OF IT ALL).
The band was previously signed to SPV Records which issued ENGEL's debut album, "Absolute Design", in 2007.
ENGEL last year parted ways with drummer Daniel "Mojjo" Moilanen and replaced him with Olausson.
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