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Marionette Issues New Album Update

Gothenburg Sweden based metal sextet Marionette is currently in the process of mastering its yet-to-be titled third full length album at Masters of Audio Studio in Stockholm with Erik Broheden. Song titles set to appear on the CD include “Something Forgotten," “Remember Your Name,” “Stand In Line," and “Lights Out."

Guitarist and backing vocalist Aron Parmerud commented:

"Our third album is currently being mastered at Masters of Audio Studio in Stockholm. These guys really know what they are doing, having worked with acts like Rammsetain, Turbonegro, Within Temptation, and The Hellacopters among many others. We’re currently adding the final touches and making some final tweaks, but the light at the end of the tunnel is drawing very near! We worked really hard on all the compositions and we feel this is by far the most unique, dynamic, and mature record we’ve made. Here is a photo we took recently after completing the mixing at Pontus Hjelm’s PH Studio (Dead By April) in Gothenburg.”

Marionette also recently completed European dates with the Murderdolls - the band consisting of Joey Jordison (Slpinkot) and Wednesday 13 – on the “Women and Children Last Tour”. Aron Parmerud commented:

"We recently completed our European dates with the Murderoll on their 'Women And Children Last Tour.' It was great to get back down to play in Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany and Italy again. We want to give a special thanks to all of our new fans in France as well. We’ll be back to see you soon! Big thanks to the Murderolls and their crew for helping us make this the best tour Marionette has ever done. We have confirmed a date in Copenhagen on March 19th; we look forward to playing some new songs from our upcoming record that we haven’t tried yet live!”

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