Celesty Completes Recording New Album
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Finnish metallers, CELESTY, have finished the recordings of their fourth studio album. The mixing of the album will begin in November/December after the renovation of the studio is finished. Meanwhile the band is furiously rehearsing the new material for their upcoming live shows.
"The recordings were completed without any major problems and we’re happy to announce the new album will sound extremely massive and bombastic! The mixing process will be a serious challenge for Samu Oittinen of Fantom Studio since the songs have so many tracks – in fact, we’re getting close to the Finnish record of amount of tracks on an album!”, says Jere Luokkamäki, the drummer of Celesty.
The new album will feature eleven tracks and over sixty minutes of music.
The tracklisting is as follows:
II. Euphoric Dream
IV. Like Warriors
V. Autumn Leaves
VI. Feared by Dawn
VII. Lord (Of This Kingdom)
VIII. New Sin
IX. Dark Emotions
X. Fading Away
XI. Legacy of Hate pt.3
- Shadow Land
- Chaos and Destruction (instrumental)
The LP will also feature guest musicians such as Stephan Lill (Vanden Plas) and Elias Viljanen (Sonata Arctica). Furthermore, one will encounter familiar backing vocalists plus Suvi-Tuuli Dietrich (Escape), the lady with a magical voice, is contributing female vocals.
The cover art is almost finished and the name of the album will be revealed later. The new website is currently under construction and it will be opened before the end of this year.
"This is without doubt our best album! We’re eagerly waiting to get it released, and after the release we’re touring Finland the whole spring." explains Luokkamäki.
Some of the shows have already been confirmed and the complete set of tour dates will follow in the near future.
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