Norway's THEATRE OF TRAGEDY have posted the following message on their official web site:
"After months in the studio, the work on the new THEATRE OF TRAGEDY album is coming to an end. Producer Rico Darum has met up with mixmaster Greg Reely (PARADISE LOST, FEAR FACTORY, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, SKINNY PUPPY, etc.) at The Green Jacket, Richmond, BC, Canada. What remains is the final twisting and turning of knobs. 12 songs have been picked out of the 15 that were recorded. 10 will make it to the the final version of the album. The remaining songs will either be bonustracks or included on future releases.
"The title for the sixth THEATRE OF TRAGEDY album will be 'Storm'. Some of the songtitles that will be included on the album are 'Storm', 'Begin and End', 'Disintegration', 'Fade' and 'Dust'. More titles will be revealed later on."
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY's new album will be the group's first to feature singer Nell (THE CREST), who replaced Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull (currently in LEAVES' EYES) in early 2004. Download audio samples of two demo songs recorded last year: "Fade" (mp3), "Seven" (mp3).
"Storm" is scheduled for release on March 24, 2006 release via AFM Records.
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