EQUILIBRIUM Completes Work On New Album

German symphonic pagan metal band EQUILIBRIUM has completed work on its long-awaited second album, "Sagas", due on June 27 via Nuclear Blast Records.

The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Prolog auf Erden (Instr.) (3:38)
02. Wurzelbert (4:58)
03. Blut im Auge (4:44)
04. Unbesiegt (6:19)
05. Verrat (6:04)
06. Snffel (5:44)
07. Heimwrts (2:32)
08. Heiderauche (Instr.) (2:31)
09. Die Weide und der Flu (7:21)
10. Des Sngers Fluch (8:03)
11. Ruf in den Wind (4:52)
12. Dmmerung (5:54)
13. Mana (Instr.) (16:21)

The album features a guest appearance by Ulrich Herkenhoff, who is said to be "one of the most famous pinpipe players and can be heard on the soundtrack of 'The Lord of the Rings - Return of the King'." "Sagas" also features a violin solo by Agnes Malich, deputy concertmaster of the Augsburg Philharmonic Orchestra.

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EQUILIBRIUM will embark on a European tour in late October/early November:

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/equilibrium.


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