SECRET SPHERE Signs With SCARLET RECORDS

Long-running Italian power metallers SECRET SPHERE have inked a deal with Scarlet Records for the European release of the band's sixth album, "Archetype". Due in Europe in September, the CD was recorded at Authoma Studios and was produced by guitarist Aldo Lonobile and Federico Pennazzato. The album was mastered at Massive Arts Studio, while the cover artwork (see below) was handled by Gustavo Sazes.

"Archetype" was released in Japan on April 21 and it features the following track listing:

01. Pattern Of Thought (intro)
02. Line On Fire
03. Death From Above
04. The Scars That You Can't See
05. More Than Myself
06. Future
07. Mr. Sin
08. Into The Void
09. All In A Moment
10. Archetype

"Archetype" is the follow-up to "Sweet Blood Theory", which came out in October 2008 via Dockyard 1.

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For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.

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