SWALLOW THE SUN Guitarist Joins Forces With Swedish Singer ALEAH In TREES OF ETERNITY

TREES OF ETERNITY is a brand new collaboration between Finnish guitarist Juha Raivio (SWALLOW THE SUN) and Sweden-based singer Aleah (whose ghostly voice also can be heard on the song "Lights on the Lake" off SWALLOW THE SUN's upcoming release, "New Moon"). The project has a unique sound that might be described as down-tempo melancholia with clear doom/death influences and hypnotic female vocals.

TREES OF ETERNITY's four-song promo is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

The full lineup of TREES OF ETERNITY is not yet in place, but plans are to include Tobias Sidegård (NECROPHOBIC) on bass and Mike Hellmaker (MALEFICIO) as second guitarist.

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