CATHEDRAL Begin Work On "Songs Of Praise"

CATHEDRAL are currently working on material for their seventh album, tentatively entitled Songs Of Praise, for a late 2002 release through the group's new label Dreamcatcher Records. The band plan to enter Chapel Studios in late June with an as-yet-undetermined producer to record the CD, the musical direction of which is being described as "not quite so doom as Endtyme, a bit more catchy in places, but still very heavy, with quite a diverse mix of tunes." Among the tracks set to appear on the album are the following:

01. A Sorcerer's Congregation
02. Phoenix Rising
03. Halo Of Fire
04. Iconoclast
05. Resisting the Ghost
06. Skullflower
07. The Weary Traveller
08. Aphrodite's Winter

Artwork for the album has been once again commissioned to original CATHEDRAL artist, Dave Patchett. In the meantime, the band have lined up the following two shows:

Jun. 07 Coventry, UK @ The Jailhouse
Jun. 08 London, UK @ ULU

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