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The Eternal Enters The Studio To Record New Album, "Under A New Sun"

"Under A New Sun" has been named as the title for the upcoming album from The Eternal, set to see the light of day in 2010. The album will be the follow up to the acclaimed "Kartika" and also the band's fourth full length album. Song titles include "Control," "Under A New Sun," "A Thousand Shades of You," "Collapse," and "Cast In Stone" to name a few.

The band entered 301 Studios in Byron Bay on December 4th. Their new studio blog will be updated daily throughout December with pictures and the latest news on the recording process.

"Under A New Sun" will be produced by Jeff Martin (The Tea Party). Jeff adds this about the album: "I proudly re-introduce The Eternal… The type of band I’ve been waiting to produce. It’s been a year now since Mark and I agreed to embark on a journey that begins this December. For The Eternal this will not be a stepping stone but a launch pad. For me, a creative working relationship that allows me to realise an artist’s vision and re-connect with past influences, all the while looking into the future…darkly. I envision an alchemical marriage, a musical landscape anchored by organic rock and roll and infested with industrial overtones. To put things lightly, you’re not playing with kids here. The Eternal are the real deal."

The album will be co-engineered by Paul Pilsneniks, who has worked with such artists as The Living End, The Mars Volta, Silverchair, Grinspoon and Alanis Morissette, and The Eternal has also enlisted acclaimed Finnish keyboard player Maria Ilmoniemi (Tarja/Husky Rescue) to contribute.

Source: Metal Obsession

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