DESOLATE WAYS Recording Second Album

Brazilian doomsters DESOLATE WAYS are currently recording their second full-length album at Arroba Studios. The as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2003's "Eternal Dreams" is being produced again by Adriano Sperandir and will contain the following track listing (in alphabetical order; not final sequence):

01. Alone
02. Cold Embrace
03. Cry No More
04. Drowned in Tears
05. Echoes
06. Falling Down
07. Forgive Me
08. I Try to Forget
09. My Pain
10. Sacred Mortals
11. Tearful

Commented guitarist Elizeu Hainzenreder: "Probably we will finish the recordings in the end of February. The fans can expect a more melancholic album, but still heavier. We are anxious for the final result, mainly because the return of Rodrigo [Fernandes, bass] to the band. We believe that the album will be in the stores in April."

DESOLATE WAYS recently parted ways with bassist Rafael Giordano due to musical differences.

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