UNSUN Signs With MYSTIC PRODUCTION

UNSUN — the Polish female-fronted gothic metal band led by ex-VADER guitarist Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz — has signed a worldwide deal with Mystic Production. The group entered the studio this past spring to begin recording its sophomore album, tentatively titled "Clinic For Dolls", for a October 11 European release. According to a press release, the vocal tracks were recorded at Studio X in Olsztyn and all the instruments were laid down at Hertz Studio (BEHEMOTH, VADER, DECAPITATED) in Bialystok. After five weeks of hard work, the CD is currently being mixed and mastered.

UNSUN's new album will feature 10 new songs (and a bonus track forthe Japanese edition).

Commented the band:"Work on our second album is almost finished.

"We recorded 10 fantastic songs.

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"At the moment we are listening to first mastered tracks. It's metal, it's powerful, heavy but at the same time melancholic and thrilling. You can expect also some softer tunes [and] one moving ballad.

"We are 100% satisfied with what we've done — so the plan was fulfilled. Now we are also focusing on photo session, video, etc.

"After fantastic reactions on our first album, 'The End Of Life', we signed a contract for the second album with Mystic Production, which is our exclusive European partner.

"Mystic Production is not only a successful music label, this is a bunch of fantastic people totally devoted to music and their artists. These are people with lots of experience who do their best to promote and support the bands.

"We are sure that this contract guarantees us the straight way to success. The faith in us and the support that Mystic Production gives us made UNSUN even more motivated and determined."

Check out video footage from the studio below.

UNSUN's debut album, "The End Of Life", was released on September 22, 2008 via Century Media Records.

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