KILMARA Recording New Album With MASTERPLAN Guitarist

Spanish metallers KILMARA have entered Roland Grapow's (MASTERPLAN, ex-HELLOWEEN) studios in Slovakia to begin recording their third album, "Love Songs And Other Nightmares", for an early 2013 release.

Commented the band: "After looking into some alternatives with Rising Records to record the new CD, we decided for Roland as he always showed much interest and enthusiasm to work with KILMARA. The plan was to start recording early during summer 2012 but between Roland preparing his new MASTERPLAN album and his work with SARATOGA, his agenda was fully booked until the end of summer."

"Love Songs And Other Nightmares" will feature eguest appearances by Dave Imbernön from ENUMA ELISH on keyboards and Kaleb from young Spanish pagan death metal band DRAKUM on the violin.


Christian Wolfgang Kohl (vocals)
Jonathan Portillo (guitar)
Enrique Torres (guitar)
Javier Morillo (drums)
Raul Ruiz (bass guitar)

KILMARA performed one of its new songs, "Alpha", live at Barcelona's Harley Days festival in July. Fan-filmed video footage of the track, which was written to support KILMARA's favorite beer brewery, can be seen below.

In existence since 2003 (when they were known as JADDE), KILMARA's latest album, "Don't Fear The Wolf" was released in May 2010 via Maldito Records.

In November 2010, KILMARA signed a deal with the U.K. label Rising Records, which re-released "Don't Fear The Wolf" worldwide in February 2011.


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