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Eyefear Announces New Album Title As "The Inception Of Darkness"

Australia's Eyefear has checked in with the following update about the title and release of the band's upcoming album:

"Greetings all. To say this is well overdue would be an understatement. But we are back and ready to unleash our new CD titled... 'The Inception of Darkness!' Release will be some time around September - October this year and we will be revealing more and more details as the release date approaches.

"So what has been happening behind the scenes and why the long silence. We just wanted to step away and really focus on the wring of the new CD. We took a totally different approach to The Unseen which was written and recorded in six months. The new material is by far some of the darkest and most complex music we have ever written so their was a lot of time spent on every little detail.

"Another major reason is that Kosta needed time to set up his home studio were all the preproduction was done and most of the instruments were recorded. We are really looking forward to getting back on stage and we can announce that we will be supporting the mighty Blind Guardian on their Australian tour along with our very close friends Black Majesty.

"Blind Guardian tour dates - Friday 30th September at The Factory Theatre Sydney and Sunday 2nd October at Billboard The Venue Melbourne

"Last month we had a fantastic photo shoot at the amazing Montsalvat Castle and below you can check out a photo of the band and if you head over to this location you can check out footage of Seb performing parts of the new songs on the piano in the Great Hall. Thank you all for being patience and your support."

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