Nightfall Reveals New Album "Astron Black & The Thirty Tyrants" Details
Greek metallers Nightfall have returned with a new album titled "Astron Black & the Thirty Tyrants," which was recorded in various locations, with Soundlodge (Germany) being the main studio. It was produced by Efthimis Karadimas (Athenian Echoes) and co-produced by Jorg Uken (known from his work with God Dethroned, Dew Scented, and Sinister). The new album is 43 minutes long and consists of 12 tracks. A release date is expected to be announced soon. Nightfall also checked in with the following statement about the album:
"Mixing and mastering to follow right after promoting a Massive sound combining uniquely European roughness with US guitar expertise. Certainly an album not to miss. Official release planned for autumn 2010 worldwide, while an introductory video clip is expected to come forward in spring 2010 just to haunt your summer lull. Because the Tyrants were not dead, but only sleeping…
"Nightfall formed in 1991 in Athens and have released seven albums since then. After the temporary fold of their wings for a few moments-cum-years, they enter the scene again with a brand new opus under the magnificent title Astron Black & The Thirty Tyrants!"
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