GRAVISPHERE Shopping New Three-Song Promo

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

"We have pre-recorded several new songs and have put together a promo with three of them, called 'Teleporting the Universe', 'Solarity' and 'Patricle Ministary'. This will be presented to some labels and sent out to any labels interested in GRAVISPHERE!

"Both me [Stenlund] and Mr. V are really satisfied with the result so far! And, we are grateful for all the good response we have gotten to [previously released song] 'Teleporting the Universe'!

"2009 will be a great year for GRAVISPHERE!"

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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