FOREVER SLAVE Working On New Material

Spanish gothic symphonic metallers FOREVER SLAVE are working on material for their third studio album, tentatively due in early 2011. Singer Lady Angellyca's sister, Lady Darkness, is collaborating on the lyrics for the CD, which will mark the band's first release since 2008's "Tales For Bad Girls" (Armageddon Music/Wacken Records).

Lady Darkness previously handled the keyboards and backing vocals for FOREVER SLAVE during 2001 and 2002.

In other news, Lady Angellyca recently announced via her blog that she has postponed the release of her solo album in order to focus on completing the new FOREVER SLAVE CD.

FOREVER SLAVE recorded its second album, "Tales For Bad Girls", in May-August 2007 and supported the effort by touring in Europe with KAMELOT and FIREWIND.

FOREVER SLAVE is a collaboration between Lady Angellyca and guitarist Sergio Valath (a.k.a. Servalath). The band utilizes sessions musicians for its live performances.

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