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Autumn Reveals Artwork For Attitude, Release Moved Forward

Female-fronted Dutch Power Rock outfit AUTUMN has revealed the cover artwork for its new album, "Altitude." "Altitude" features the debut of the Dutch talent Marjan Welman on vocals.

Comments the band on the cover art: “The cover more or less depicts the peak of our civilisation. These are the works of man, who has performed so many technological and scientific miracles in such a small amount of time. But confusion lurks. The balance is obviously shifting for the worse. It takes courage to step back and pursue happiness and prosperity through means less hazardous to our environment. Yet the man in his flying contraption does just that. He is vulnerable... and flying at high altitudes was never without peril."

"Altitude" was recorded at Arno Krabman’s Graveland Studio and mixing and mastering was done by Jochem Jacobs (Textures) at SplitSecondSound.

An audio preview of "Altitude" can be found on Autumn's MySpace site.

For technical reasons the album has been pushed two weeks forward. "Altitude" will now hit stores on February, 13th (D/A/CH/I), February, 27th (rest of Europe). The limited first edition will be released as a Digipak including an exclusive bonus track.

Here’s the updated final tracklisting as well, which is different to the one revealed two weeks ago:

1. Paradise Nox
2. Liquid Under Film Noir
3. Skydancer
4. Synchro-Minds
5. The Heart Demands
6. A Minor Dance
7. Cascade (For A Day)
8. Horizon Line
9. Sulphur Rodents
10. Answers Never Questioned
11. AltitudeBonustrack:
12. Closure

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