A trailer for "Home", the new video from UNSUN — the Polish female-fronted gothic metal band led by ex-VADER guitarist Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz — can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's sophomore album, "Clinic For Dolls", which is scheduled for release on October 11 in North America via Armoury/Eagle Rock and in Europe through Mystic Production. The Japanese version will be made available on September 20 via Avalon/Marque. According to a press release, the vocal tracks were recorded at Studio X in Olsztyn and all the instruments were laid down at Hertz Studio (BEHEMOTH, VADER, DECAPITATED) in Bialystok. The cover artwork was created by Hi-Res Studio, which also handled the band's latest photo session.
"Clinic For Dolls" track listing:
01. The Lost Way
02. Clinic For Dolls
05. Not Enough
06. The Last Tear
08. I Ceased
09. A Single Touch
Two songs — "Not Enough" and "Clinic For Dolls" — are available for streaming at band's MySpace page.
UNSUN will support TRISTANIA on the "Rubicon Tour" in October. Also scheduled to appear is ASRAI.
UNSUN's debut album, "The End Of Life", was released on September 22, 2008 via Century Media Records.
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