Norwegian goth-inspired symphonic metal band WHERE ANGELS FALL have just released their full-length debut, "Illuminate", via Edgerunner Music. The CD was recorded at Toproom Studio and is the follow-up to the band's "Dies Irae" EP, which was issued in 2004.According to the group's official bio, "WHERE ANGELS FALL can be described as groovy metal with elements of gothic, classical orchestrations and electronica. Melodic female vocals stands out as an opposite to the hard riffing. They have a reputation as an energic and good liveband with choirs and orchestrations on tape to give the audience the full spectrum of symphonic metal live!" WHERE ANGELS FALL's next live appearance will take place on March 15 at Underdog in Oslo, Norway. Also appearing on the bill will be NONE. For more information, visit www.whereangelsfall.com.
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