Reactivated Swedish melodic metallers NARNIA, who are celebrating 20 years as a band, will release their seventh, self-titled studio album on September 16.
The first single from the effort, "Reaching For The Top", was released this past Friday (June 3), along with the official music video produced by Mats Vassfjord (GRAND DESIGN, 220 VOLT).
On "Narnia", the band revisits its melodic roots but with an updated sound, creating a perfect blend. The CD was produced by guitarist CJ Grimmark and was mixed and mastered by Thomas "Plec" Johansson.
NARNIA 2016 is:
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Christian Liljegren - Vocals
CJ Grimmark - Guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
Andreas "Habo" Johansson - Drums
Martin Härenstam - Keyboards
Andreas Passmark - Bass
Over the years, NARNIA established itself as one of the leading forces in melodic, neoclassical metal, with a strong reputation as a great live act that always delivers.
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