Post-progressive rock band WORLDENGINE, led by multi instrumentalist Valmor Pedretti Jr. and singer Cristiana Camboim, has just released on YouTube a "making-of"-style video for the song "12th", from the upcoming, still-untitled six-song EP, currently being mixed by Thiago Grün. The track showcases the band's concept of international collaboration, with fellow Brazilians Vinicius Möller (ABSENCE OF) on keyboards and Andrio Maquenzi (SUPERGUIDIS) on background vocals being joined by German musicians Frank Heim (SALTATIO MORTIS) on the Chapman stick and Paul Schreier (GUESS THAT MESS, NORA HILL) on drums. French guitarist Pipo (ROSA LUXEMBURG, PIPO & ELO) closes the track's musical lineup on acoustic guitar. Israeli singer/songwriter Lilac Harel provides lyrics to the song.During the coming weeks, another track will be released via MySpace, called "Echolalia", featuring guest appearances by bassist Joey Vera (FATES WARNING, ARMORED SAINT, OSI), singer Sel Balamir (AMPLIFIER) and keyboardist Alex "Azium" Wilmer.
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