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Blaze Bayley Posts New Album Update

Blaze Bayley, the former lead vocalist of Wolfsbane and Iron Maiden, has posted an update regarding his latest solo album, "Promise And Terror." The message reads as follows:

"I’m blogging, yay!

"I’m here with Jase Edwards at his Majestic Splendour studio mixing our new album. Jase is doing almost all the important work, while I mostly interrupt and say things like, ooh that’s heavy, or what does that big button do? Occasionally my experience leads me to say something useful but really most of the work now is down to Jase.

"Jase gave all of us a very rough mix of most of the songs a couple of weeks ago and we all made notes about parts of our performance and what kind of production we had in mind for each song and he is going through the songs incorporating those ideas alongside his own sense of how the album should tell its musical stories.

"So far so good. I think some of this album will surprise people – in a good way I hope. The hours are long and we are having to make our own cups of tea, but apart from that it’s going great. The most finished song so far is ‘Watching The Night Sky’. I think it would be great as our first single. We might even play it at our next gigs in Greece, France and Switzerland... if we get time to rehearse it.

"There are about 4 songs left to be mixed, all the rest are mixed but Jase will be tweaking them. We always like to listen to things outside the studio on different speakers and in different places to double check everything before the final mix and master.

"So for now I will blog off. Can’t wait to see you at the next few shows.

"If you love someone tell them."

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