SAMAEL: New Album To Receive U.S. Release In Early 2005

Switzerland's SAMAEL will release their new album, "Reign of Light", in early 2005 in North America through Galactical/Nuclear Blast Records. The CD, which was issued in Europe last month, was mixed at two different studios in Switzerland and was co-produced by Waldemar Sorychta (GRIP INC., LACUNA COIL, TIAMAT), who has worked with the group on most of their previous efforts. Mixing duties were handled by Stephan Glaumann (BON JOVI, RAMMSTEIN) in Stockholm, Sweden. A new single, entitled "Telepath", was recently released containing the title cut plus several remixes and non-album tracks.

SAMAEL's current tour, which is scheduled to end on December 6, will be extended to include five extra shows with German electro/metal outfit OOMPH! The newly added dates are as follows:

Dec. 11 - Bamberg, GER - Forum
Dec. 12 - Freiberg, GER - Tivoli
Dec. 16 - Bremen, GER - Aladin
Dec. 17 - Trier, GER - Messeparkhalle
Dec. 19 - Mannheim, GER - Capitol

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