ETERNAL GRAY Commence Work On New Material

Israeli death metallers ETERNAL GRAY have thus far completed work on three songs for their sophomore album, tentatively due in early 2004 through an as-yet-undetermined label. The group, who were previously signed to the French label Listenable Records, are describing the new material as "dark, heavy and much more aggressive, yet keeping all the strong elements of" the group's debut album, "Kindless".

Upcoming ETERNAL GRAY tour dates:

May 19 – Jerusalem, ISR @ Yellow Submarine
Jun. 20 – Tel-Aviv, ISR @ Tmuna Theater


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