THEATRES DES VAMPIRES: New Album Title Announced
Italian gothic metal band THEATRES DES VAMPIRES has set "Anima Noir" as the title of its new album, tentatively due this summer. The group will enter Temple of Noise studio in Rome shortly with engineer Christian Ice to begin recording the new CD.
On March 19, 2007, THEATRES DES VAMPIRES released its latest album, "Desire of Damnation" — a double CD featuring live recordings from "The Addiction" tour in 2006 and several new studio songs and remixes.
The name THEATRES DES VAMPIRES was inspired by a fictional location created by gothic fantasy writer Anne Rice of the same name. Rice's Theatres des Vampires is a Parisian theatre in which vampires pretend to be mortal actors, their performances consisting of the feeding on mortals disguised as part of a play and staged in front of human audiences. The location is mentioned in several of Rice's books, including "Interview with the Vampire" and "The Vampire Lestat".
THEATRES DES VAMPIRES is:
Sonya Scarlet: Vocals
Fabian Varesi: Keyboards
Zimon Liyoi: Bass
Gabriel Valerio: Drums
Stephan Benfante: Guitars
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