AUDREY HORNE, the Norwegian hard rock/post-grunge band featuring members of ENSLAVED, I and SAHG, will release its second album, "Le Fol", in continental Europe on February 25. The CD was recently nominated in the "Metal" category at the 36th annual Spellemann awards (the Norwegian equivalent to the Grammy Awards). The largest and oldest Norwegian music awards show will be held Saturday, February 2 at the Spektrum in Oslo, Norway and will be broadcast live on the Norwegian channel TV2.
AUDREY HORNE's video for the song "Threshold", taken from "Le Fol", can be viewed below.
AUDREY HORNE was formed in 2002, taking its name from Sherilyn Fenn's character in the cult TV series "Twin Peaks". Although some of the band's members play or have previously played in black metal bands like ENSLAVED and GORGOROTH, AUDREY HORNE's music is far removed from the black metal genre, and can be described as heavy and melodic hard rock, similar to bands like FAITH NO MORE, ALICE IN CHAINS and A PERFECT CIRCLE.
The band's debut album, "No Hay Banda", was released in April 2005 and was co-produced and mixed in Los Angeles by Joe Baressi (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, MONSTER MAGNET, LIMP BIZKIT, TURBONEGRO).
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