VINTERSORG Explores 'Progressive Rock' With WATERFIELD

BORKNAGAR/VINTERSORG frontman Andreas Hedlund (a.k.a. Vintersorg) has announced plans to release a "progressive rock" album under the WATERFIELD band moniker. An excerpt from the WATERFIELD biography follows:

"The project started out as an experiment and a location for relaxation, without any pressure or profound goal. Mr. V (VINTERSORG, BORKNAGAR, FISSION…) has been in love with symphonic and progressive rock from the '70s since childhood but never actually made any contribution, in that arena, himself besides using that inspiration in his other musical excursions. But in the autumn of 2004, Mr. V felt the urge to explore the more rock oriented venues of his mind, and some songs came to life. These songs became the stronghold from where he ignited the spirit and soul of WATERFIELD, without knowing it himself. Song by song piled up into a whole album and he couldn’t resist the joy of putting them down on 'tape' (disc)."

WATERFIELD's debut album, entitled "The Astral Factor", is scheduled for release in early 2006 via Lion Music.


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