Holland's THE GATHERING have set Black Light District as the title of their forthcoming CD, which is tentatively due to appear in June via the group's own Psychonaut Records. Commented drummer Hans Rutten via the band's official web site: Just returned from an exhausting 2 weeks session at the E-sound studio, Weesp, but it was worth the trip! I can officially announce we will release a new album (mid priced, clocking around half an hour) on Psychonaut Records. The first couple of months this release will only be available on internet! This album will contain the epic title track 'Black Light District', a song which will last a mere 16 minutes. It's a highly emotional piece of music, containing a lot of freedom and some great heavy melodies. This song didn't fit on the [planned] October release, which is still on the role.[About the planned October release]: This will be quite heavy. Definitely the most dark, moody but also groovy album we ever made.
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