ATARGATIS: Debut Album To Feature Guest Appearance By Violinist

According to a posting on German gothic/dark metal band ATARGATIS' official web site, the group's new album will feature a guest appearance by violinist Susanne Zisky, formerly of the Junge Sinfonie Berlin.

ATARGATIS, who feature in their ranks female singer Stephanie Luzie (DARKWELL), are putting the finishing touches on their full-length debut, "Wasteland", at Hellion studios (DARKSEED, EQUILIBRIUM) in Munich, Germany. The CD will include a new version of the group's "hit" song "Angels Crying", which topped the German dark metal chart at for 10 months straight with more than 12,000 downloads. The album, which will be mixed mastered at Alex Krull's (ATROCITY, LEAVES' EYES) Mastersound studios, will feature additional guest appearances by Stefan Hertrich (DARKSEED) on vocals and Moritz Neuner (LEAVES' EYES, ATROCITY, DARKWELL) on percussion and treble flute. A late 2005/early 2006 release via Massacre Records is expected.


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