The 69 Eyes Working On New Full-Length Album
Finland's The 69 Eyes is currently hard at work on the band's tenth studio album in Stockholm, Sweden. The new album will reference the band’s trademark “goth’n’roll” sound best exemplified on the albums "Blessed Be" from 2000 and "Paris Kills" from 2002.
“The last album was recorded in Hollywood adding that special L.A. glam flavor to our sound,” states vocalist Jyrki Linnankivi (aka Jyrki69). “Now this time – as this album is our ‘Made in Sweden’ record – our melodic, Scandinavian melancholy side is rising to the top!”
The 69 Eyes has paired up with the Swedish production team On The Verge. The band’s new album will be released worldwide via Nuclear Blast Records this fall and is the follow-up to 2009’s "Back In Blood," which was produced by American Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer Matt Hyde (Slayer, Hatebreed, Monster Magnet).
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