ORPHANED LAND To Enter Studio Later In The Month

Long-running Israeli metallers ORPHANED LAND will enter the studio later this month to begin recording their third full-length album, tentatively titled "Mabool", for a late 2003 release through Century Media Records. The follow-up to 1996's "El Norra Alila" will be a concept album, "telling the story of the Flood with every song reflecting a different chapter," according to an official press release. "It is planned to contain more than 65 minutes of Oriental Folk Metal and will surprise with the use of oriental, ancient instruments such as Qannun, Oud, Saz, Buzuki and oriental Percussions, side by side with distorted guitars and a mix of melodic and growled vocals. Additionally, there will be a 25-female-singer choir."

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