HEAVEN SHALL BURN Announce New Album Title

German melodic death/metalcore act HEAVEN SHALL BURN have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We finally finished our new CD!!! Date of release will be 28th of August for Europe and North America! It will be named 'Deaf to our Prayers'. This title was inspired by the famous poem 'The Silesian Weavers' by German poet Heinrich Heine. Artwork was done by nobody less than The Terje — Norway's latest design shooting star!

"We're just in the process of developing a concept for a first video, we'll keep you updated on that! More news on everything within the next days! We also want to invite you to some really special show this weekend (June 10th). We're gonna play at a party in Höxter, Germany. One of our oldest friends got married and we're chosen to care about the musical part for this special night, so be there — everybody is welcome! It will be a cool and intimate club show, don't miss it!!!"

HEAVEN SHALL BURN's latest album, "Antigone", was released in May 2004 through Century Media Records.


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