ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW: '99% Done' Recording New Album

Reactivated Finnish melodic extreme metal band ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW are "99% finished" recording their as-yet-untitled fifth album for a tentative March/April 2006 release via Spinefarm Records. "The rest of the backing vocals are recorded etc. The mixing sessions begin in five or six weeks. Finally!" the band write on their web site. "Constructing this album has taken more time than any of our previous albums, but it's been worth it. There's absolutely nothing on the album we'd like to add, remove or change. It's good as it is."

According to the band, "The material for the fifth album is heavier, much more diverse and more guitar-orientated compared to the fourth album 'A Virgin and a Whore' [2001]."

ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW's current lineup is as follows:

Altti Veteläinen - Bass, Vocals
Jarmo Puolakanaho - Guitar
Risto Ruuth - Lead Guitar
Janne Tolsa - Keyboards
Petri Sankala - Drums


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