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Fall of Serenity Readies New Album, Posts New Song For Download

German behemoth Fall of Serenity is set to bring its fourth full-length album, "The Crossfire," to American soils on May 13th. But much has changed since we last heard from the band. After 2006's "Bloodred Salvation," long-time bass player John Gahlert hooked up with the microphone, while guitarist Alex Fischer switched over to the bass and Ferdinand Rewicki joined the band on the vacant 6-string spot. All the personnel shifting made for a creatively reinvigorated Fall of Serenity. The Crossfire was produced and recorded at the well known Rape Of Harmonies Studio by Ralf Müller (Impending Doom, Maroon, Heaven Shall Burn, etc) and was mixed and mastered by legendary metal-minded Swede Dan Swanö.

Singer John Gahlert on the new tunes: "We have worked hard to have these new circumstances within the band. There's a new spirit we feel, pushing us forward into a slightly different and thrilling destination. 'The Crossfire' is our statement against musical boundaries and bigotry. Working with Dan Swanö (hail to the king!) was another new piece in the puzzle and it perfectly fits to the aura of our sound. After Leif Jensen (Dew-Scented) appeared on the last album Bloodred Salvation, we forced female metal icon Sabina Classen (Holy Moses, Temple Of The Absurd) to be part of the new record...with fantastic result, she has a great and authentic voice. We are really looking forward to the things to come."

In the lead-up to the album's completion, the members of Fall of Serenity let cameras into the studio to capture some of the insanity of recording. The result is a four-minute look into the making of The Crossfire, and a rare glimpse at one of Germany's finest.

Here is "The Crossfire" track listing:

1. Immortal Kingdom
2. Knife To Meet You
3. Recreation
4. The Crossfire
5. A Whore Called Freedom
6. Funeral Eclipse
7. Act Of Grace
8. In Case Of Death
9. Blindfolded
10. Blood Portrait

You can download an MP3 of Fall of Serentiy's "The Crossfire" here and watch a "behind the scenes" video of the band below.

Source: Plugin Music

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