SYMPHORCE: 'Become Death' Track Listing Revealed
German power metallers SYMPHORCE, featuring BRAINSTORM frontman Andy B. Franck, are preparing to enter House of Music studios in Winterach, Germany with producer Dennis Ward to begin recording their new album, "Become Death", due in February/March via Metal Blade Records. According to the band, the upcoming CD will be their "most intense, heaviest album EVER." The cover artwork will be handled by Thomas Ewerhard.
"Become Death" tentative track listing:
01. Ancient Prophecies
02. In The Hopes Of A Dream
03. Towards The Light
05. Darkness Fills The Sky
07. Death Has Come
08. No Final Words To Say
10. Lost But Found
SYMPHORCE recently announced the addition of drummer Steffen Theurer to the group's ranks.
SYMPHORCE's last album, "GodSpeed", was released in September 2005 via Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Twice Second" was recorded at House of Music studios and features 10 tracks. A limited-edition version of the album includes a bonus DVD of approximately 45 minutes of "live and backstage" footage and the video clip for "Cause of Laughter". The cover artwork was designed by Travis Smith (ICED EARTH, NEVERMORE).
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