MARBLE ARCH To Enter Studio In June

Swedish atmospheric metal/gothic rock act MARBLE ARCH (formerly EVERCRY) hope to enter the studio in June to begin recording their as-yet-untitled sophomore album, tentatively due in late 2004 through Century Media Records. Among the working songtitles set to appear on the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2002's "Another Sunday Bright" are "The Sinners Eve", "These Are The People...", "Run", "Welcome Denial" and "Everybody's Here For Love".

The band had previously stated about the new songs: "We can reveal that this is going to be the best material so far in MARBLE ARCH history. The sound and atmosphere is very raw and naked. It'll maybe surprise some, but sure not in a negative way!"


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