Norwegian power metallers GAIA EPICUS have posted the following update regarding their dispute with Sound Riot Records over the release of their new album, "Symphony of Glory":"Now it seems that Sound Riot has agreed to all our demands, and they will sign a contract for this in a few days time. This means that the album will be re-mastered with the right track list and also there will be another booklet than the one used on the wrong version of the album. This new contract also states that the album is to be released in July, so if everything goes as planed now the album will be in stores sometime in July for sure (keep your fingers crossed)." The follow-up to 2003's "Satrap", GAIA EPICUS's second album, "Symphony of Glory", was recorded and mixed over a five-week period at Top Room Studios (TRISTANIA, VINTERSORG, BORKNAGAR) with producer Børge Finstad and will feature artwork by Michael A. Mueller (MEGADETH). The CD was mastered at Bazement Studios (MOB RULES, VANDEN PLAS, SYMPHONY X) in Germany.
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