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German power metal act LANFEAR have posted the following update:
"The first part of our new studio report is now online! Slowly but surely the recording sessions come to an end, the cover artwork is in the works and as soon as we know a release date you'll find it out here."
"(Until then) have fun while reading!"
Lanfear entered Dreamscape Studios in February to complete the recordings for their still untitled, fifth album.
According to a press release, "The new tracks sound even more elaborated but also very organic and as always Lanfear will come up with some surprises... be prepared!"
Further updates to follow.
German power metallers LANFEAR entered Dreamscape studios in Munich, Germany on April 23 to begin recording their new album, tentatively due before the end of the year. A "medley" of the first four tracks that were mixed for the CD has been uploaded to the band's MySpace page.
LANFEAR's fourth CD, "Another Golden Rage" (2005), was recorded at Dreamscape studios and featured a lyrical theme that was a continuation of the story which began on the title track of 2003's "The Art Effect".
German power metallers LANFEAR have parted ways with frontman Tobias Althammer. Replacing him in the vocal department is Nuno Miguel de Barros Fernandes, who has previously fronted the now-defunct German band ANGUISH.
"Nuno was our number one candidate from the beginning and we're absolutely sure that he's going to convince you all as well as he has convinced us," the group write in a statement. "Be excited!"
LANFEAR are currently working on material for their fifth album, which they promise will contain a few surprises. The band's fourth CD, "Another Golden Rage" (2005), was recorded at Dreamscape studios in Munich, Germany and featured a lyrical theme that was a continuation of the story which began on the title track of 2003's "The Art Effect".