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Lyzanxia Post New Unsu Ecard Online

As recently reported, French metallers LYZANXIA have inked a worldwide deal with Listenable Records. The group's third full-length album, Unsu, was released in September all over Europe and on November 7th, 2006 here in the U.S. The follow-up to 2004's Mindcrimes was recorded and mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden by Fredrik Nordström and Patrick J. Sten. The mastering was done by Peter In De Betou at Tailor Maid Studio. The album has 12 tracks and Alain Tréhard designed the cover artwork.

Now the band has posted an ecard online to preview material from Unsu.

LYZANXIA are presently on tour supporting SOILWORK in the UK. This tour brings the unity of yet another metal band, PHAZE I. Although PHAZE I are not performing, at least not as PHAZE I. They are musicians who share the stage in separate bands. David and Frank Potvin of LYZANXIA with Dirk Verbeuren of SOILWORK together make PHAZE I who released an album this summer on Scarlet Records.

Tour Dates are as follows:

20-sep UK London-Mean Fiddler
21-sep UK Nottingham-Rockcity
22-sep UK Glasgow-Cathouse
23-sep UK Leeds-Cockpit
24-sep UK Manchester-Academy 3
25-sep UK Leicester-Charlotte
26-sep UK Birmingham-Ac 2
27-sep UK Cardiff-Barfly
28-sep UK Exeter-Lemongrove

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