SHINING: New Album Title Revealed

Swedish black metallers SHINING will enter the studio on April 28 to begin recording their new album, "Tillbaka P Ruta Ett" (Back to Square One), for a late 2008 release via Osmose Productions. The LP will contain six songs and will feature "six different vocalists," according to a press release.

SHINING recently parted ways with bassist Phil A. Cirone and is currently seeking a replacement.

The band's latest album, "V - Halmstad", was released in North America on June 26, 2007 via Osmose USA/The End Records.

SHINING filmed its controversial February 3, 2007 concert at Diezel in Halmstad, Sweden for an upcoming DVD, entitled "Fy Fan Fr Livet!" In addition to the live footage, the disc will consist of a two-hour "road movie" and the promotional video for the new song "Lt Oss Ta Allt Frn Varandra". SHINING's setlist spanned the band's entire career and the show featured guest appearances by members of MAYHEM and CARPATHIAN FOREST.

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Watch SHINING performing live in Vienna, Austria, December 2007:

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