DISILLUSION Set Release Date For Full-Length Debut

Leipzig, Germany-based metallers DISILLUSION have set a January 26 European release date through Metal Blade Records for their full-length debut, "Back To Times Of Splendor". The CD will be mixed in early November at Tam Recording Studios in Zwickau, Germany before being mastered at Mastersound Studios in Fellbach, Germany with ATROCITY mainman Alex Krull.

Says guitar player Rajk Barthel: "We take our time as we want to deliver an album that fulfils our own, very high expectations. We are hard to please ourselves and always try to develop and progress our music. Actually, we are really psyched about the new songs and I am very confident that the fans will love the stuff as well!"

The complete track listing for the album is as follows (with approximate running time for each cut):

01. ... and the Mirror Cracked ( 8:26 )
02. Alone I Stand In Fires (6:00)
03. Remnants (6:00)
04. Back To Times Of Splendor (14:45)
05. A Day By The Lake (3:50)
06. Fall (4:50)
07. The Sleep Of Restless Hours (13:xx)


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