FORGOTTEN TALES Begins Recording Third Album

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada-based female-fronted power metal band FORGOTTEN TALES entered the studio on July 8 to begin recording its third album, tentatively due before the end of the year.

Video footage of some of the early drum-tracking sessions can be viewed below.

Formed in 1999 as a cover band, FORGOTTEN TALES recorded its debut effort, "The Promise", in April 2001 at Victor studios in Montreal. The album was released across Canada in October 2001 to enthusiastic reviews. In 2003, the band entered Menzo studios in Quebec City to record the material that would become its second LP, "All the Sinners". Released in August 2004, the CD expanded on FORGOTTEN TALES' style showcased on "The Promise", and guitarist Martin Desharnais continued to emerge as a skilled songwriter.

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