SHAMRAIN Complete Work On Sophomore Album
SHAMRAIN (formerly TEARS), the Finnish quartet who feature in their ranks ENTWINE frontman Mika Tauriainen, have completed work on their sophomore album, "Someplace Else", for a May 18 release in Finland and May 30 in the rest of the world via Firebox Records.
"Someplace Else" track listing:
01. Into Nothingness
02. Still Aeon
03. To Leave
05. Slow Motions
06. The Missing Pieces
07. A Woeful Song
08. Laren U Freht Ona
09. The Empty Flow
An MP3 sample of the track "To Leave" can be downloaded at this location.
SHAMRAIN, who recently announced the addition of guitarist Mikko Kolari to the group's ranks, released their debut album, "Empty World Excursion", in November 2003 through Watch Me Fall Records. The follow-up to the group's "Pieces" mini-CD was recorded at F-Field Studio in Lahti and features a musical style which is being described as "atmospheric rock."
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