Swedish atmospheric metal/gothic rock act MARBLE ARCH (formerly EVERCRY) have inked a worldwide deal with Century Media Records.
The band, which issued two albums (Demise The Crown and Focus) under their previous moniker, recently completed work on a new full-length CD, entitled Another Sunday Bright, at Astia Studio in Finland with producer Anssi Kippo (i.e. CHILDREN OF BODOM, ENTWINE, LULLACRY).
Scheduled for release on September 16th, Another Sunday Bright will contain the following track listing:
01. A Million Crises (4:22)
02. Silent Dance (3:10)
03. For Real (3:15)
04. The Inmost (4:28)
05. Not The Ones (5:31)
06. Fellow Sinner (3:49)
07. Dead Air (3:51)
08. End Of Words (3:15)
09. Sudden Showers (3:24)
10. Last Day Ever (6:21)
According to an official press release, "this fresh and up-and-coming act offers an atmospheric and thoughtful edge within their individual songs, derived both from their affinity to both melancholic UK rock as well as '80s goth- tinged bands, creating a sound that should subsequently please fans of bands like ANATHEMA, THE MISSION and H.I.M."
Another Sunday Bright features a guest appearance on backing vocals by Tanja Lainio, vocalist for Spinefarm Records recording artists LULLACRY. A US release date for the effort has yet to be announced.
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