WHERE ANGELS FALL Completes Work On New Album

Norwegian goth-inspired symphonic metal band WHERE ANGELS FALL has issued the following update:

"The [new WHERE ANGELS FALL] album was finished, mixed and ready to go to mastering, but in last minute we found our new bass player, Espen. He took some days to practice and then replaced the original bass tracks! Sounds great!

"What we plan to do now is to print some promos exlusively for interested labels. So this is a good time to contacts us if you are interested in offering us a deal, a traditional record deal, a distribution deal, or a lincencing deal."

WHERE ANGELS FALL parted ways with Edgerunner Music in 2006.

The band's full-length debut, "Illuminate", was released in February 2006. The CD was recorded at Toproom Studio and is the follow-up to the band's "Dies Irae" EP, which was issued in 2004.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/whereangelsfall.

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