GRAVISPHERE Completes Writing Material For Debut Album

GRAVISPHERE, the project featuring Andreas Hedlund (VINTERSORG, BORKNAGAR, FISSION, OTYG, HAVAYOTH) and Andreas Stenlund (TME), has issued the following update:

"All the songs for what shall become GRAVISPHERE's first release are done! Eight songs of cosmic, dreaming, feeling, dark and visionary metal! We are truly pleased with the result and still feel that we have something new and fresh to contribute to the metal scene! The lyrics focuses around the vast emptiness of space and the notion mankind sometimes have that we may not be alone, even on our own planet.

"Do you have a record label interested in GRAVISPHERE? Feel free to contact us for discussion!"

The GRAVISPHEREtrack "Teleporting the Universe" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

GRAVISPHERE's sound is described as "experimental, symphonic black/electro metal."

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