ELENIUM Name Debut Album

Finnish "progressive death" metallers ELENIUM have set "For Giving - For Getting" as the tentative title for their upcoming full-length debut, due in late 2003 through England's Rage Of Achilles Records.

The CD, which is scheduled to be recorded in July at Sonic Pump studios, will contain the following tracks:

01. Up The Long Ladder
02. Eye For A Lie
03. Impostor
04. Nameless – Faceless
05. Moments
06. Subcreator
07. Under The Mug
08. Few Gone Wrong
09. Inbred Infinity
10. 6-Missing

In existence since 1995, the Helsinki-based six piece — who consist of Jukka Pelkonen (vocals), Tommi Leinonen (guitar), Johannes Salo (keyboards), Mikko Niemelä (drums), Kasperi Heikkinen (guitar), and Tuomo Räisänen (bass) — have released three demos thus far, including their 2002 effort "Them Used Gods", which landed the group their two-album contract with Rage Of Achilles.

For more information on ELENIUM, visit the group's official web site at this location.


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