TIAMAT Frontman Working On Solo Album; Audio Available

In addition to continuing the recording process for the new TIAMAT album "Amanethes", the group's frontman Johan Edlund is working on a solo album in Swedish. Check out his acoustic, blood-handed ramblings at this location.

TIAMAT has finished laying down the drums and bass for its new album "Amanethes", tentatively due in early 2008 via Nuclear Blast Records. Check out photos from the studio at this location.

TIAMAT's last studio album, "Prey", was released in 2003 through Century Media.

The band's "The Church of Tiamat" DVD entered the Swedish Music DVD chart at position No. 5 in May 2006. An e-card for the DVD is available at this location. The e-card contains several features, such as a streamable sample video of the DVD, photos as well as detailed information on TIAMAT itself and the band's first official DVD release. The video teaser gives you the opportunity to check out the following songs: "Vote For Love", "Children Of The Underworld" and "Gaia".

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