LULLACRY Vocalist TANJA Checks In From Recording Studio

Finland's LULLACRY are currently hard at work recording the follow up to their 2002 release "Crucify My Heart". Fans can anticipate an early 2005 U.S. release. Vocalist Tanja Lainio checked him from the studio with this message to fans:

"Here I am in Lappeenranta, at Astia Studio. So far I have recorded the vocals for two songs, and today I'll continue with more. It is a really cool place to stay. There are lots of DVDs and other entertainment stuff. You can sleep, eat and do your work under the same building! It's super… It gives us more flexibility when considering the schedule.

"The songs are great! I mean the LULLACRY guys have really played excellently. It gives me also kicks to do my best."

This summer the band toured the U.S. with countrymates NIGHTWISH, performing for sold-out audiences. Inspired by the warm reception, the band is hoping to return to North America in early 2005. Preview LULLACRY's new song "Fire Within", off the group's recently released EP of the same name, in streaming audio here.


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