ANGBAND: New Album Title, Cover Art Revealed

Iranian power metallers ANGBAND have set "Visions of the Seeker" as the title of their sophomore album, tentatively due in September/October through Pure Steel Records.

Commented guitarist Mahyar Dean: "I'm sure the album will surprise lots of metal fans. It's our second album and there's always something special about the second albums. On the other hand, now people know under what circumstances we're playing metal — it's six feet under the underground!"

ANGBAND released its debut album, "Rising from Apadana", in August 2008.

The band is believed to be the first Iranian metal act to release its work intenationally through a European label.

ANGBAND is:

Ashkan Yazdani (Vocals)
Mahyar Dean (Guitar)
Ramin Rahimi (Drums)
M. Halaji (Bass)

For more information, visit www.angbandmetal.com.

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