Danish/Swedish metallers WUTHERING HEIGHTS have issued the following update:"Plans are being laid at the moment to get the busy guys together to rehearse for the ProgPower show in October. Rehearsals will most likely take place late August or early September at Teddy's [Möller; guitar] place in Uppsala, Sweden. The guys are looking forward to playing again, partying and breaking stuff...!?! The lineup is still intact from the last ProgPower gig and that infamous live album. "And yes, we are working on a new album. The album is more or less planned out, although still in a very rough state. The album will be titled 'Salt'. Thematically it's the usual crazy stuff from Erik's [Ravn; guitar] sick mind, some of it with a bit of a 'maritime' twist this time, and musically it promises to be a very melodic and very folksy affair. Here are a few tentative song titles: 'Away!', 'The Mad Sailor', 'The Desperate Poet', 'Tears', 'Weather The Storm', 'The Field', 'The Last Tribe', 'Water Of Life' and 'Lost At Sea'. "All this is still in deed subject to change, of course. "However, we will have to beg for our fans' patience. Although a good deal of work has been laid down already, things aren't really moving forward much right now. Erik is suffering from back pains which prevent him from spending those long hours at the computer, demoing and arranging. So unfortunately we're not able to give any promises as to when the album will be finished. But, we hope things work out soon." "The Shadow Cabinet", the fourth album from WUTHERING HEIGHTS, debuted at position No. 11 on the hard rock/metal sales chart in Sweden back in 2006. "The Shadow Cabinet" was recorded at several studios in Denmark and Sweden, including Jailhouse Studios (Horsens, Denmark), Blueflame Productions (Uppsala, Sweden), Charlotte Studios (Växjö, Sweden), Studio 907 (Skovlunde, Denmark) and The Cave (Copenhagen, Denmark). The album was mixed and mastered by Tommy Hansen at Jailhouse Studios. WUTHERING HEIGHTS features in its ranks acclaimed Swedish singer Nils Patrik Johansson, who is also a member of ASTRAL DOORS and LION'S SHARE.
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