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Eyes Of Soul To Release Debut LP "Cyberian Tales"

Italian progressive/power metal band Eyes of Soul has signed with Underground Symphony for the release of the debut LP "Cyberian Tales" in December 2011 (exact date not announced).

The band are streaming the song "Hang Hell" here:

Underground Symphony posted the following information about the band:

"Formed in Milan (Italy) in 2001, the band started off as a prog/power cover band on the name of 'Cyberian Tales'. Eventually they began writing own material and made it public on internet through Vitaminic, an international free mp3 website.

"Having had a lot of good reviews from Vitaminic users, they decided to take the project more seriously, changing the monicker into 'Eyes of Soul' and planning the recording of a promo. After a couple of years characterized by some line-up change, the band got three songs done for their first promo.

"The songs contained in 'Prologue' were recorded at Elnor Studio, owned by Labyrinth's drummer Mattia Stancioiu, in late 2005. During the following years Eyes Of Soul performed live in many domestic contests, while writing new songs for the upcoming work scheduled for 2009/2010. At the end of 2009 all the new tracks were completed and arranged and in april 2010 the band started with the recording sessions of Eyes of Soul's first album, again at Stancioiu's Elnor Studio.
After a 4-month-work of recording and mixing, in August 2010 the material entered the House of Audio Studios in Germany, for mastering.

"In October 2011 Eyes of Soul proudly signed a deal with historical italian metal label Underground Symphony, for the release of their debut album 'Cyberian Tales' due out in December 2011."

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