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Markus Baltes from Germany's Autumnblaze has issued an update on the delay in releasing a new album to follow 2013's "Every Sun Is Fragile." He had this to say:
"Last words 2015 - I know some people are waiting eagerly for the release of our next album. Truth is, that there are barriers inside the band - some personal tragedies and some things beyond.
"Truth is also, that music and lyrics are written for the next album. I even had the idea for a trilogy release. But that was a bit too naive thinking about that. I hope rehearsals for the next record will forge new bonds...
"Good news is that I will record the first album of my solo project Heavenly Half-Light together with WANWTS guitarist Joey Siedl. It will be a mixture of singer songwriter style and some shoegazing elements. Now I wish you all a brilliant start in 2016!"
German despondent rockers Autumnblaze have released a stop-motion music video for "Invisible Fields," a new track taken off from the group's upcoming full-length effort entitled "Every Sun Is Fragile." The music video for "Invisible Fields" was created by Philip L. Ward under Meph Production. Check out the 'Invisible Fields' music video below.
A six-minute audio snippet of "Every Sun Is Fragile" is also available for streaming at the Pulverised Records' soundcloud page. The album artwork for "Every Sun Is Fragile" will feature two different formats; the normal jewel case CD version and a limited edition slipcase CD version. The slipcase CD edition will feature an alternate cover and will be made available in limited quantities.
Germany's Autumnblaze will be releasing new album "Every Sun is Fragile" through Pulverised Records, and the band has now revealed the track listing will be as follows:
2. New ghosts in town
3. Invisible fields
4. Im Spiegel
5. Mein Engel, der aus Augen fließt
6. Every sun is fragile
7. Cold soul
8. How I learned to burn my teardrops
9. A place for paper diamonds
10. Verglimmt More...
Germany's Autumnblaze recently tapped world-renowned introspect artist Travis Smith (Death, Nevermore, Katatonia, Strapping Young Lad, etc.) to work on the band's upcoming album "Every Sun Is Fragile."
The album artwork for "Every Sun Is Fragile" will feature two different formats: the normal Jewel Case CD version and a limited edition Slipcase CD version. The Slipcase CD edition will feature an alternate artwork gracing the cover and will be made available in limited quantities. More...
German melodic dark metallers Autumnblaze have announced their union with Pulverised Records. Spawned in 1995, Autumnblaze released four full-length albums and two EPs before laying the band to rest in 2006 in search of other musical endeavors.
The band ultimately reformed just two years later to release the "Perdition Diaries" long player in 2009. Latest full-length, "Every Sun Is Fragile," will drop later this year via Pulverised Record.
States Autumnblaze drummer Arisjel: "After we had recorded the ultimate Autumnblaze record this Spring, it was obvious that we would need a really passionate label to promote this new album worldwide with enthusiasm and energy. Calvin [Chiang] and Roy [Yeo] from Pulverised were totally excited about our new material and we are proud that the label will release our brand new studio album.”
“Expect a various blend of epic/melancholic metal and rock,” he continues of the new material. “These are some of the most ambitious songs we’ve ever written and everything was captured by the amazing production of our friend Charles Greywolf (Powerwolf, Flowing Tears)." More...
German metallers Autumnblaze have issued the following update about the release date for their new album:
"Our new album "Perdition Diaries" will see the light of the world on the 12th of June 2009!
"You can listen now to the new song "Brudermord" on our profile! Also the page has a slightly new design. More features will follow!"