LAKE OF TEARS Finish Recording New Album

Sweden's LAKE OF TEARS have finished recording the follow-up to 2002's "The Neonai", entitled "Black Brick Road", and will begin mixing the effort this weekend. Mixing duties will be completed by April 28, with the mastering sessions scheduled to take place on April 29. The cover artwork will be handled by Kristian Wåhlin, who has painted all of the previous LAKE OF TEARS covers except "Forever Autumn" (1999). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Greymen", "Black Brick Road", "Making Evenings", "Crazyman" and "A Trip With The Moon". A summer release through Noise Records is expected.

In other news, LAKE OF TEARS have been confirmed for the Rock The Nations Open Air Festival 2004, a three-day event set to take place July 2-4 in Istanbul, Turkey. Other groups set to appear at the festival include PAUL DI'ANNO, U.D.O., PAIN OF SALVATION, CIRCLE II CIRCLE, BLAZE, DESTRUCTION, SENTENCED, HATEBREED and MARDUK.

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