REQUIEM AETERNAM: New Album Planned For 2008

Melodic black metal band REQUIEM AETERNAM, originally from Uruguay but currently based in New York, have posted the following message on their official web site:

"After a year of focused work in the USA, the band has decided to halt for a while its live presentations due to some private negligences vocalist and guitarist Jose Romero has to solve. Because of this, all ideas about touring South America or Europe must be put asunder for now. Nonetheless, it is a fact that there is a strong probability for a third release, planned for 2008, which without any doubt will be the most important of all challenges for REQUIEM AETERNAM."

REQUIEM AETERNAM's latest album, "Philosopher", was released in North America in December 2004 via ICorp. "Philosopher" was recorded at Big Blue Meenie studios and features a guest appearance by drummer Alex Hernández (IMMOLATION).


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