MIRROR OF DECEPTION Complete Work On Sophomore Album

Long-running German doom metallers MIRROR OF DECEPTION have completed the recordings for their second album, "Foregone", due on September 2 through the Belgian label Final Chapter Records.

The new album was recorded at Soundmann Studio (END OF GREEN) in Stuttgart, Germany with producers Marc Martin and Mitch Meister, and consists of "nine powerful doom metal anthems which will show a darker and heavier side of the band," according to a press release.

"Foregone" will be available on CD and vinyl. The limited vinyl version will be released in cooperation with COTD Records and contain a bonus 7". Supporting the release, the band will embark on a European tour with recently reformed Swedish doom metal legends COUNT RAVEN beginning in early September.

MIRROR OF DECEPTION formed in 1990 and released their critically acclaimed debut album, "Mirrorsoil", in 2001 via the U.K.-based label The Miskatonic Foundation. A follow-up EP, "Conversion", was issued in 2003.

For more information, go to www.mirrorofdeception.com.

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