ANGRA Announce New Album Title

Brazil's ANGRA have set "Temple of Shadows" as the title of their new album, tentatively due in September through SPV Records (NTS Records in France). The follow-up to 2001's "Rebirth" was recorded almost entirely in the group's home country, with only some of the vocals and the keyboards having been recorded in Germany, where the mixing sessions also took place.

This time ANGRA invited several world-renowned musicians to be special guests on the album, such as Kai Hansen (GAMMA RAY), Sabine Edelsbacher (EDENBRIDGE), Hansi K├╝rsch (BLIND GUARDIAN) and Milton Nascimento (a very famous singer in Brazil), among others. Like its predecessor, "Temple of Shadows" is a concept album, telling the story of a crusader knight that ends up disputing the ideals of the Catholic Church in the eleventh century. He is known as The Shadow Hunter. His way of thinking changes step by step until he gets to the point of beginning a new reforming order. There are a lot of things happening in his life and each song is a chapter of this story. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Spread Your Fire", "Angels And Demons", "No Pain For The Dead" and "Late Redemption".


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