AUTUMN: Another New Song Posted Online

Dutch female-fronted metallers AUTUMN have posted a new track, "Paradise Nox", on their MySpace page. The song comes off the band's fourth studio album, "Altitude", which will be released on February 13 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy) and February 27 (rest of Europe) via Metal Blade Records.

"Altitude" was recorded at Arno Krabman's Graveland Studio and was mixed and mastered by Jochem Jacobs (TEXTURES) at Split Second Sound.

The limited first edition of "Altitude" will be made available as a digipak including an exclusive bonus track.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Paradise Nox
02. Liquid Under Film Noir
03. Skydancer
04. Synchro-Minds
05. The Heart Demands
06. A Minor Dance
07. Cascade (For A Day)
08. Horizon Line
09. Sulphur Rodents
10. Answers Never Questioned
11. Altitude

Bonus track:

12. Closure

AUTUMN has scheduled a CD-release party for "Altitude" on Friday, February 13 at Tivoli-De Helling in Utrecht, Holland.

AUTUMN in February 2008 announced the addition of singer Marjan Welman to the group's ranks. She replaced Nienke de Jong, who left the band in January 2008.

Within the Dutch rock scene, Marjan is considered to be a promising talent with her warm voice and perfect timing. Her vocal contribution on the AYREON album "01011001" received outstanding reviews and shows a singer who stands her ground between a selection of highly acclaimed international vocalists.


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