IMPERIA To Release 'Flames Of Eternity' Album In February
IMPERIA — which is fronted by Norwegian singer Helena Iren Michaelsen (the original vocalist of the Dutch band SAHARA DUST, which later changed its name to EPICA) — will release its fifth studio album, "Flames Of Eternity", on February 22, 2019 via Massacre Records. It will be available as CD digipak, limited-edition vinyl LP, stream and download.
The mix and mastering was once again put into the magical hands of Jacob Hansen, while Jan Yrlund himself is responsible for the album's artwork.
Guest musicians on the album include Oliver Philipps (EVERON), original bandmember John Stam as well as the Finnish violin virtuoso Henrik Perelló.
"Flames Of Eternity" is a strong album, whose songs will take you on an intense ride through all different kinds of human emotions.
The first digital single from the album is expected to be released in January 2019.
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