DARK TRANQUILLITY guitarist Niklas Sundin has teamed up with Jonatan Nordenstam (vocals, bass), Joakim Rosén (guitar, THE PROVENANCE) and Joel Lindell (drums, THE PROVENANCE) in a brand-new project called LAETHORA. The band's debut album, "March of the Parasite", has already been recorded, with the mixing sessions scheduled for the fall. A five-track rough-mix promotional CD is currently being circulated among "quality" record labels, and a preview MP3 clip featuring the material can be downloaded at this location. "Please note that while this teaser gives a good indication of the musical direction, it's not mixed and mastered, so the final product will be more solid in the sound department," reads a posting on the group's web site.

For more information, visit www.laethora.com.


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