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Darkenhold Issues "Memoria Sylvarum" Album Update

French group Darkenhold is nearing in on the release of new album "Memoria Sylvarum," with the band commenting:

"After almost three years of songwriting, practicing, working on the soundscape of Memoria Sylvarum, I'm about to say the final result is close to be done regarding the music of the coming opus. It was really a time of intense dedication, improvement and inspiration. Hope the new Darkenhöld will satisfy those who enjoy our style!

"Everything was almost recorded in my own studio here (the 'Cryptic Studio') all by myself, so you will have a very personal and DIY album where every step was controlled here: distorted guitars, acoustic guitars, 12 strings, guitar solos, synths, timpani, recorder, bass, choirs, clean vocals... as well as mixing and mastering. Thanks to the Darkenhöld's guys who helped in their way (Aleevok, Anthony)! Cervantes who also did a really accurate work regarding the vocals and Aboth increased his drums's skills in many aspects on this opus.

"Every detail has been thought more than twice, all ideas that we do not like very much were banished. It will be an almost 100% organic album, we have still used our vintage gears (like old tube Marshall amps, Boss HM-2, Metal Master stompboxes), real instruments with mic recording in front of the speakers, no triggers on the drums, no beat detective, acoustic instruments etc...

"You will really feel the leaves whispering in the bewitching forests hopefully, epic music in the noble term of the word (because the process really was!). Soon we will give infos to preorder 'Memoria Sylvarum' album, we count on your support!"

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