FEARSCAPE: Continuing The Writing And Demoing Phase

Australian Christian metallers FEARSCAPE have issued the following update:

"FEARSCAPE will have an extremely busy and important March. We will be playing on the 1st, 9th, 24th and 30th plus the 5th and 6th of April, as well as continuing the writing and demoing phase.

"The writing and refining process for the new material is proceeding exceptionally well and we are delighted with how the first three tracks have developed. We are hoping to finalize a recording date during May very soon and are looking to record four new songs (with the possibility of a fifth if we keep going as we have been).

"For those of you who will see us playing during March, you will be privy to the finished versions of 'Scent of Divine Blood' and 'Abaddon Destroyer'. Song three is in the final stages before being aired live and song four is 'theoretically' finished on Phil [Bloomfield, bass] and Pete's [Willmott, guitar] electronic drawing board."

FEARSCAPE will support ARCTURUS on March 30 at Gaelic club in Sydney.

FEARSCAPE's full-length debut, "Sleeping In Light", was released in 2004 through Rowe Productions. The album was recorded over the course of five "grueling" days and nights, according to a posting on the group's web site.


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