SKYLARK Master Acoustic Songs For Upcoming CD

Italian symphonic power metallers SKYLARK have just come back from New York where they mastered two acoustic songs (voice, orchestra, acoustic guitar) with George Marino at the Sterling Sound. These two new songs will be included in a special section of the band's upcoming record, entitled "Divine Gates Part 3 - The Last Gate". No further information is currently available.

SKYLARK earlier in the year issued a compilation, entitled "In the Heart of the Princess", through Scarlet Records. Conceived to celebrate the band's 10-year anniversary, this double "best of" includes all the major SKYLARK hits chosen by Japanese fans after a web poll. There are also two brand-new songs, "Mt. Fuji" (edit version) and "Last Battle", plus three remakes, "Little Girl", "The Princess' Day" (this one fully revisited) and "Dream".


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