Cymbals Used During CRADLE OF FILTH, AT THE GATES Recording Sessions Being Auctioned

Swedish drummer Adrian Erlandsson (AT THE GATES, THE HAUNTED, CRADLE OF FILTH, BRUJERIA, PARADISE LOST) is auctioning off a number of cymbals that he used on various albums from AT THE GATES, CRADLE OF FILTH and THE HAUNTED.

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NEMHAIN — which features Erlandsson alongside his wife, Amber — has inked a deal with Tiefdruck-Musik. The group's debut album, "From The Ashes", was recorded and mixed over a three-week period in April 2008 at Studio Fredman in Hyssna, Sweden and will be released worldwide on October 16.

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.

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