STROMMOUSSHELD Members Launch HORISUN Project
Polish experimental black metallers STROMMOUSSHELD have issued the following update:
"Maels Strommö [vocals, guitar, electronics] and Mr. Comankh [VJ, backing vocalist] are currently recording the debut album of their brand-new solo project HORISUN — an unique collage of Maels' psychedelic post-trip-rock-metal guitars, avantgarde vintage sounds and brilliant electronic pads with mesmerized vocals and visuals of Comankh.... It is different from STROMMOUSSHELD, but you can still find some influences and similarities of it. Check the MySpace page and listen to the band's first notes already recorded..."
A new STROMMOUSSHELD song, entitled "Long Ago Gone", was posted last year on the band's MySpace page. The track comes off the group's upcoming album, tentatively due later in the year.
STROMMOUSSHELD issued its most recent EP, "Halfdecadance", in 2004 via Metal Mind Productions.
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