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Dawn Of Tears Announces "Act III: The Dying Eve" Release Date

Spain's Dawn of Tears has now revealed new album "Act III: The Dying Eve" is due out via Inverse Records on November 22nd, 2013. The track listing is as follows:

1. A Cursed Heritage
2. Present of Guilt
3. Lament of Madeleine
4. The Darkest Secret
5. Silent as Shades Are
6. Angel Gone
7. The 7th Seal
8. Oceans
9. Prize Denied

Inverse Records also issued the following press release about Dawn of Tears:

"This 5 pieced band based in Spain was born when former member and composer, J.L. Trebol, decided to set up a project, with ambition and attitude, mainly influenced by melodeath and gothic metal, but also open minded to incorporate many other different music styles, far from hard sounds, such as OST's, orchestral arrangements or classical variations.

"Their successful self released debut, 'Descent' was nominated on international Metal Storm awards 07 as best melodeath/Gothenburg album of the year, in the same category as Arch Enemy and Dark Tranquillity, they reached the third position.

"The following EP 'Dark Chamber Litanies,' with an extensive promo campaign conducted by Lugga music and Laballo ComunicaciĆ³n, achieved an amazing high number of excellent reviews and ratings from people and media all over the world, mainly focused on their emotive, passionate, inspired compositions, and a personal way of developing melodic death metal.

"This helped them to tour extensively and share stage in Spain and abroad with top bands such as Dimmu Borgir, Amon Amarth, Dark Tranquillity, Moonsorrow, Destruction, Grave Digger, Napalm Death, Charon, At Vance, Onslaught, Cynic, Dew Scented, Killers, Angelus Apatrida or Thurisaz... among others."

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