SHADOWSIDE: 'Theatre Of Shadows' Cover Art Posted Online

Brazilian heavy metallers SHADOWSIDE have uploaded the cover artwork for their full-length debut, entitled "Theatre of Shadows", at this location. The follow-up to the "Shadowside" EP (2001) was produced and mixed by Fabio Haddad at LCM Studio in Sco Paulo, and is scheduled for release in August via Seven/Universal Music. The Japanese edition of the album will include a cover of MARI HAMADA's "Don't Change Your Mind" (with lyrics in Japanese) while the European version will feature a cover of DIO's "Rainbow in the Dark".

"Theatre of Shadows" track listing:

01. Enter the Shadowside
02. Vampire Hunter
03. Highlight
04. We Want a Miracle
05. Illusions
06. Queen of the Sky
07. Believe in Yourself
08. Tonight
09. Kingdom of Life
10. Red Storm
Theatre of Shadows
11. Act 1 - Shadow Dance
12. Act 2 - Here to Stay

The band will soon announce the dates for the "Dancing in the Shadows Tour", which will commence after the album's release.

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