Tempe, Arizona-based "melodic and emotional doom/death metal" band FALL OF EMPYREAN has inked a four-album deal with Germany's Grau Records. The group's first release for Grau will be the band's long-delayed third full-length CD, "A Life Spent Dying", which was completed in 2007 with Ryan Butler of Arcane Digital Recording studios in Chandler, Arizona. An official release date for the effort has yet to be announced.

FALL OF EMPYREAN was established in the year 2000, to this day depressing the world with its effective brand of emotional doom/death metal. Throughout the years, the band has gained a strong following throughout not only the United States, but also mainland Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and the Baltic states, Japan, South Korea, South America, Mexico, Australia, and a number of other countries.


Justin Burning - Guitar
Ron Clark - Guitar
Kevin Leeds - Keyboard
Daniel Sobeck - Bass
Andy York - Drums
Richard Medina - Vocals

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


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