Austrian symphonic metallers VISIONS OF ATLANTIS will enter Dreamscape Studios in Munich, Germany in late May to begin recording their fourth album for a fall 2010 release. The band states, "The producers [at Dreamscape] exactly know how to bring out the best of our work and we enjoy working together with such nice guys."

Working songtitles set to appear on the new CD include:

* Aeon
* Memento
* Reflections
* Gravitate Towards Fatality
* New Dawn
* Beyond Horizon - The Poem Pt. II

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS' new album will mark the recording debut of the band's new singer, Maxi Nil, who joined the group last summer.

For more information on Maxi Nil, visit her MySpace page.

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS in 2007 parted ways with the group's Minnesota-based vocalist, Melissa Ferlaak, and her now-husband, guitarist Wolfgang "Wops" Koch, due to "musical differences." Koch has since been replaced by the returning guitarist Werner Fiedler, who was responsible for much of the songwriting on the group's first two records.

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS's latest album, "Trinity", was released in May 2007 via Napalm Records. The CD was recorded at Dreamscape Studios and was mastered at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland. The CD's cover artwork was created by Anthony Clarkson, who has previously worked with BLIND GUARDIAN, HYPOCRISY and EXODUS, among others.

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS (featuring new singer Maxi Nil) performing at Slovenia's Metalcamp festival on July 3, 2009:


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