PASSAGE Preparing To Record Second Album

Canadian doomsters PASSAGE, featuring former members of MOONLYGHT and SORCIER DES GLACES, are preparing to enter the studio to record their second album, "II", for a late 2011 release. The band states, "Most of the songs were composed in 2005-2006, but we finished everything recently.

"As the first album was a kind of melancholic doom-rock, expect this second
offering to be different. We wanted it slow and painful. This is much more
doom, sad, progressive and atmospheric."

"II" track listing:

01. Melancholy Under Darkened Skies
02. Dismal
03. The Sadness That Haunts Me
04. Grievance (Instrumental)
05. As Darkness Comes
06. Degradation Of Deliverance
07. Passage

PASSAGE's self-titled debut album was released in 2005 via the Portuguese label Exorcize Music.

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