London, U.K.-based progressive extreme metal band DE PROFUNDIS will release its second album, "A Bleak Reflection", on February 1, 2010 via
Kolony Records. The CD was recorded in June/July 2009 with producer Fernando Pereira Lopes (MISANTHROPE, ORAKLE) and was mastered by Tim Turan (EMPEROR, OPETH, MOTÖRHEAD).
A 10-minute video clip featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the recording sessions for "A Bleak Reflection" can be viewed below.
"A Bleak Reflection" will come with a 12-page booklet, created by artist Darryll Jones, that hints at the concept behind the album's lyrics. DE PROFUNDIS guitarist Roman Subbotin commented, "[The new album] represents a significant moment for our musical evolution. We've all worked really hard and, in my humble opinion, achieved rather spectacular results."
"A Bleak Reflection" track listing:
01. The Ephemeral Burden
02. Ablaze In Autumn's Fire
03. Nocturnal Splendour
04. Cease To Be
05. Crimson Black Bleeding
06. Cold Is The Grave
08. The Mourner
A trailer for the album can be viewed below.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/deprofundisuk.
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