New TEXTURES Singer Interviewed

Dutch progressive metallers TEXTURES have posted a new video podcast featuring an interview with the band's new frontman, Daniel de Jongh (ex-CILICE). Watch the clip below.

Commented the group: "It has been quiet the past few months in the TEXTURES camp as we have mainly been focusing on writing a new album, building a new rehearsal room and preparing for a few summer festivals with our new singer Daniel de Jongh.

"We shot our new podcast during our rehearsals with Daniel and the large amount of hours it took building a new rehearsal room."

Keyboard player Richard Rietdijk left TEXTURES in April to pursue other interests.

TEXTURES recently announced its first appearances with the Daniel de Jongh. The group will perform at the Fortarock festival in Nijmegen, the Netherlands on July 3 of and Sikelian Hell in Palermo, Italy on July 24.

TEXTURES' follow-up to 2008's "Silhouettes" will not surface before early 2011 via Nuclear Blast Records.

The vinyl version of "Silhouettes" was released in November 2008 through Garden of Exile Records. The LP was limited to 500 copies and pressed on 180-gram vinyl. The artwork was printed on extra-thick cardboard gatefold jacket with golden foil print.

"Silhouettes" was released in North America on September 30, 2008 via Listenable/Koch.

The album entered the Dutch chart at position No. 100. This was the band's first chart showing ever.

"Silhouettes" was recorded at Split Second Sound with Jochem Jacobs in the producer's chair. Jacobs previously oversaw the recording process for TEXTURES' last CD, "Drawing Circles".

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