JESTER'S FUNERAL: Upcoming Album to Be Released Through New Label

Despite published reports to the contrary, the forthcoming fourth album from German metallers JESTER'S FUNERAL will NOT surface through TTS Media Music. "We will present a new label in 2005," the band write on their web site.

As previously reported, JESTER'S FUNERAL are collaborating with Jan D. Kucharzewski and American author/screenwriter John Shirley on the lyrics for the new CD. A demo version of a brand-new song, entitled "Wait For Silence", can be downloaded in MP3 format at this location (6.5 MB). JESTER'S FUNERAL's last album, "Shifting: Skywards", was released in March 2003 through TTS Media Music.

Upcoming JESTER'S FUNERAL shows:

May 15 - Hameln, GER @ Regenbogen (w/ SUIDAKRA)
Jun. 11 - Alfeld, GER @ Checkpoint
Jul. 16 - Neukirchen-Vluyn, GER @ Dong Open Air


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