SECRET SPHERE: Video Footage From Finland Posted Online

Italian metallers SECRET SPHERE have posted a short video montage, made by a fan, featuring footage from the band's last gig in Tampere, Finland as the support act for KING DIAMOND. Watch it at

As previously reported, SECRET SPHERE has uploaded its video for the song "More Than Simple Emotions" at The track comes off the group's last album, "Heart & Anger", which was released in May 2005 via Nuclear Blast Records.

SECRET SPHERE recently finished laying down 18 new song ideas for the follow-up to "Heart & Anger". Pre-production on the new CD was scheduled to begin in October at the studio of Federico Pennazzato, the group's new drummer.

Commented guitarist/mastermind Aldo Lonobile: "The general sound of the new songs is heavier than before — more dramatic and dark. We're still writing the concept behind [the new album]. We are taking many influences from a famous movie director, so the writing process will [take] a bit longer, but we will take the necessary time to compose quality songs."

The follow-up to 2003's "Scent of Human Desire", "Heart & Anger" was recorded at One Voice Studio in Chivasso, Italy by Daniele Giordana, Night & Day Studio in Alessandria, Italy by Paolo Facco, and Sheepvalley Studio in Stockholm, Sweden by Daniel Flores. Guest singers on the album include Roberto Tiranti (LABYRINTH), Marco Mesemi (MORGANA), Vera Quarleri and Monica Elias. The album was mixed by Achim "Akeem" Köhler (BRAINSTORM, SILENT FORCE) at the House of Audio in Winterbach, Germany.


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