APRIL DIVINE: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

"Redemption", the new album from Swedish rockers APRIL DIVINE, is available for streaming in its entirety at this location.

The band's second album, "Redemption" is set for a release on May 19.

Drummer Per Karlsson states: "Since the single did so great for us we decided to give something back to the fans that supports us so much!"

APRIL DIVINE, who released their critically acclaimed debut album "Chapter One" in 2007, recorded the follow-up effort in Atlanta, Georgia with American producer Rick Beato (BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, DARK NEW DAY, SHINEDOWN, SEVENDUST, VINCE NEIL, SUBMERSED) and in Gothenburg, Sweden with award-winning producer Tobias Lindell (MUSTASCH, HEED, EUROPE). They recently signed for Swedish label Supernova Records and released the single "Redemption" on March 22.

For more information, visit www.aprildivine.com.


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