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Cryptic Age Issues "Sounds Of Infinity" Album Update

U.K. female fronted folk metal act Cryptic Age has checked in with the following update about working on a new album:

"Well, it's been a long time since we've written a blog entry, but we've been working hard behind the scenes doing lots of gigs over the summer as well as working on our new album!

"First things first, even though we got to the finals for Metal 2 the Masses, unfortunately we didn't get the chance to go and play at Bloodstock. However, Hostile Rising, the band who did win, should receive everyone's congratulations on such a well-deserved opportunity!

"Next, we've had lots of opportunities ourselves playing at lots of venues over the summer. We have now branched out from our local county of Yorkshire and have played in Nottingham and Worksop, and over the next few months we will also have gigs in Durham, Darlington and Manchester! Our next gig, though, is much closer to home in The Duchess in York! So if you're in the area on the 31st August we'd love to see you!

"Now onto the important part! Over the past few months we've been working hard to getting the rest of our songs written for our new full-length album. If you've been following our blog, you'll already know the album is going to be called Sounds of Infinity, but I can tell you a bit more now! Apart from a couple of songs we've been performing live, we're busy writing several more songs and are nearly half-way through writing an epic four-parter, which will be named Sounds of Infinity, after the album. The album is not a concept album, but the four-parter is, and retells the story of a mysterious Manx legend concerning the spirits of Dalby Mountain!

"We are hoping to record some demos within the next few weeks and plan to release the album in the first part of next year!"

You can also check out Metalunderground.com's review of the band's "Homeland" EP by heading over to this location.

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