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Heaven Wood Enters The Studio and Reveals New Song Titles

Portuguese dark rockers HEAVENWOOD entered Ultrasound Studios in Braga, Portugal on August 6th with Daniel Cardoso and Pedro Mendes, to start an intense period of recordings of the new album. The name and it's release date are still to be unveiled as well as the bands inked deal for this new record. Mixing and mastering of this work will happen in Germany during next September/October with a producer soon to be announced.

The new artwork will be handled by Brazilian designer Jobert Mello (SABATON, DESERT) who previously worked with the band for the "Redemption" releases.

Some song titles set to appear on the CD include:

‘Goddess Presiding Over Solitude’
‘September Blood’
‘The Arcadia Order’
‘Poem For Mathilde’
‘Fading Sun’
‘Sudden Scars’

Heavenwood's "13th Moon" video can be viewed below. The clip was shot on May 30, 2009 in Braga, Portugal with the production team of Carlos Barros, Rui Correia and Ricardo Coutinho, who are described as "young talented Portuguese video/filmmakers, designers and photographers." The video concept is based on the Zodiac signs.

‘13th Moon’ comes off Heavenwood's third album, "Redemption," which was released in August 2008. The CD was mixed at Fascination Street Studios in Örebro, Sweden with Jens Bogren (OPETH, SOILWORK, AMON AMARTH). The initial recording sessions for the album took place at Ultrasound Studios with Daniel Cardoso and Ricardo Dias. The CD features guest appearances by ANNIHILATOR guitarist Jeff Waters in the song ‘Bridge To Neverland’. FIREWIND/OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Gus G. in the track ‘One Step To Devotion’, and singer Tijs Vanneste of Belgian progressive metallers OCEANS OF SADNESS in the song ‘Obsolete’.

Watch the music video below:

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