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Falconer Comments On Upcoming Album

Swedish act Falconer has finished recordings for the band's upcoming seventh studio album. 11 tracks in Swedish, of which four will also be included as English versions for the limited 1st edition, have been nailed down and once again the creation was done at King Diamond guitarist Andy La Rocque's Sonic Train Studios in Varberg, Sweden.

Comments Falconer guitarist Stefan Weinerhall: "The album is embracing the Swedish folk music to a greater extent than before making it sound slightly more down to earth. The music spans from acoustic songs with cello, flute and fiddle to songs with blastbeats and really heavy riffing. As said before this is a 'one time only' album and does not define the future sound of Falconer, but it was about time to pay full notice to the influence that has always made us different. Now we have that out of our system!"

Some song titles include "Svarta änkan," "Dimmornas drottning," and "Herr Peder och hans syster." The new album will be released early June of 2011 via Metal Blade Records in Europe.

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