LEAFBLADE, the Liverpool, England-based side project of Danny Cavanagh from ANATHEMA, has announced the addition of Portuguese drummer Daniel Cardoso (HEAD CONTROL SYSTEM, DEL) to the group's ranks. The band states, "[Daniel] has just been over to the studio in southern England to record his parts for our second album, which is shortly complete!"
Check out a clip from the new album recordings below. Also available is a photo of the new LEAFBLADE lineup.
LEAFBLADE released its debut album, "Beyond, Beyond", in September 2009 through Angelic Recordings.
According to a press release, "The band has implemented a sound mixing a variety of genres, maybe especially leaning towards the Celtic, folk and spiritual themes in their music. Or, as they like to say it, LEAFBLADE is music from the forest of the heart.
LEAFBLADE has already numerous tours under the belt, with the likes of ANATHEMA and ANTIMATTER.
Angelic Recordings is a co-operation between Danny Cavanagh and Aftermath Music.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/leafblade.
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