"The Fallen Ones", the new single from the Karlstad, Sweden-based metal/rock band SPARZANZA, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The song comes off the group's sixth album, "Death Is Certain, Life Is Not", to be released on September 29 via Spinefarm Records. The CD was once again recorded at Leon Music with producer Rikard Löfgren, who helmed the band's previous three CDs and has also worked with such other artists as HELLFUELED, VOMITORY and DEATHSTARS.
SPARZANZA previously stated about the new record, "This time we have dug a little bit further in our minds, trying to create a really dark and heavy album, but still having focus on writing good melodies. We also added a lot more percussion parts, dark choirs and live strings. It sounds so good and we know that you will be blown away."
SPARZANZA's fifth album, "Folie À Cinq", was released in February 2011 via Spinefarm.
Fredrik Weileby - Vocals
Calle Johannesson - Guitar
Magnus Eronen - Guitar
Anders Åberg - Drums
Johan Carlsson - Bass
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