MEMORY GARDEN Negotiating New Record Deal
Stockholm, Sweden's MEMORY GARDEN, the band featuring former ABSKTRAKT ALGEBRA guitarist Simon Johansson, are in talks with an as-yet-undisclosed label about a new record deal for the group. "It all seems very promising and we really hope it all will turn out well," Johansson writes on the band's web site. "We can't give you any details for the moment but we thought it might be fun to tell you that something is happening in the our garden...:) As it looks right now we will record in the fall together with [producer/MERCYFUL FATE guitarist] Mike Wead and we are aiming for an early 2004 release."
MEMORY GARDEN's forthcoming album, tentatively titled "Carnage Carnival", will be the group's first since their split with Metal Blade Records early last year. Among the tracks set to appear on the CD are "Beggars Anthem" (mp3), "Another Night" (mp3), "Endless Fears" (mp3), "Carnage Carnival" (mp3), "The Bitter End" (mp3) and "Dominion" (mp3).
MEMORY GARDEN have been confirmed for the Wretstock festival in Vretstorp, Sweden on Aug. 8-9.
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