SEAR BLISS: Early Albums To Be Reissued
Vic Records has announced plans to re-release of their first three albums from the Hungarian black metallers SEAR BLISS. "Phantoms" (1996), "The Pagan Winter" (1997) and "The Haunting" (1998) will all be remastered, remixed and partly re-recorded, and many previously unreleased bonus tracks will be added. Vic Records will also release the STAR CROSSED debut CD, the project band of SEAR BLISS mainman Andras Nagy (vocals, bass, guitars and keys). In addition, the label will issue a very special album from a project consisting of current and ex-SEAR BLISS members (such as Winter from FOREST SILENCE), featuring music that has been written throughout the 12.5 years of SEAR BLISS' excistence. Vic will also release a mini-CD by FOREST SILENCE, the main band of former SEAR BLISS keyboard player Winter.
SEAR BLISS recently inked a deal with Candlelight Records. A new studio album is expected in 2007.
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