Subterranean Masquerade Reveals "The Great Bazaar" Album Details
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After announcing the Kjetil Nordhus will be stepping into the co-vocalist position with Paul Kuhr (November's Doom), Subterranean Masquerade has now revealed the cover artwork for upcoming album "The Great Bazaar."
The art can be seen below, and "The Great Bazaar" will feature 7 new tracks clocking in at 40 minutes. "I think we covered almost every genre we enjoy playing", says the band song writer Tomer Pink, "it has progressive metal themes along with melodic folk, blasting death metal riffage wrapped with rich ensemble orchestration, a wide range of instruments including violins, brass section, flutes and clarinets, Arabic instruments such as Persian Tar, Turkish Saz and Oud, lots of Keys and synths and even a guest appearance by Kobi Farhi of Orphaned Land. This album is so surprising you're gonna have to put on a seat belt before joining the ride."
The album is being mixed by Dan Swano at Unisound Studios, with artwork done by long time partner Travis Smith, and it will be released as limited edition digibook CD with bonus tracks and Vinyl via Tomer's new label Taklit Music.
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