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Yesterday Spanish act LLVME announced the recruitment of new guitarist Belial Báez and revealed that the band's new album "Yía the Nuesu" will be out by the end of the month. Footage has now been posted online of Belial Báez showcasing his guitar playing style, which can be found below.
Spanish band LLVME has issued the following announcement about lineup changes and releasing a new album:
"Hi there! It's time to tell you some news.
"On one hand, at the end of March our new album will be out. A lot of changes have happened in Llvme during the last months. Nandu and Eric are the only ones who have recorded new album 'Yía the Nuesu,' and Huevo and David are no longer members of Llvme.
"On the other hand, we've include in our band two live members, Belial báez (guitars) and Curto (bass), and we're going to add immediately new band mates in order to work for our live shows in the near future.
"Also, after a few months of inactivity on the Internet, we're going to update our Myspace soon and our web and post on twitter and Facebook our news again.
Spanish folk/doom band LLVME posted a new album preview clip for the forthcoming sophomore LP "Yía de Nuesu." The album is due for release on March 26, 2012 through My Kingdom Music. LLVME describes the sound of the release as "typical Extreme Metal structures characterized by a strong Doom Metal background are enriched with the beauty of the Celtic violins and bagpipes arrangements and by wondeful female vocals. It's a must for all fans of My Dying Bride, Primordial, Shape Of Despair, Negura Bunget and Doom Pagan Metal in general... "
The album was mixed and mastered by Daniel Cardoso (Anneke van Giersbergen, Heavenwood) at Ultrasound Studios.
Check out the preview clip here:
Spanish act LLVME has posted the cover artwork online for the upcoming album "Yía de Nuesu." You can check out the artwork below, or head over to the LLVME MySpace music profile to hear tracks available for streaming from the band.
Spanish band LLVME has checked in with the following brief announcement about the progress of the band's new album:
"Daniel Cardoso (Anneke van Giersbergen, Heavenwood, Anguelus Apátrida, Ava Inferi...) is currently mixing our new album 'Yía de Nuesu' at Ultrasound Studios here."
As the album's progress is underway, you can also check out LLVME's music by heading over to the band's MySpace music profile.
Spanish act LLVME has issued the following announcement about the band's new lineup:
"We are very proud to announce our new line-up. During the last few months we were working to improve the band with new members. Oskar K-os, Nacho and Lord Valius left the band and Eric, David and Huevo joined Llvme. Some of the past members didn't have time for Llvme because of their jobs and other bands, so Nandu had to re-make Llvme with new musicians. Fortunately, we're able to announce that the new line-up is much better.
"The new line-up consists of: Eric - Vocals, guitars, Nandu - Guitars, keys, bagpipe, hurdy-gurdy, Huevo - Bass, David - Drums. The most important change is on vocals due to the necessity to improve it."
Spanish black/folk metal act LLVME has issued the following brief announcement about recruiting a new bassist: "New bass player! Huevo, singer of the folk metal band Kritter, is our new bass player. In a few days, we are going to announce our new and definitive line up." You can also check out the band's music via the LLVME MySpace page.
Spanish black/folk metal act LLVME has issued the following brief update about recruiting a new drummer: "New Drummer! We are very pleased to announce that David (Kritter, Fueria Eterna) is our new drummer. Welcome friend!" You can also check out LLVME's music via the band's MySpace page.