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Wormholedeath Records Signs Kliodna For Worldwide Release of "The Dark Side..."

Belorussian symphonic metal act Kliodna signed on with Wormholedeath for the worldwide release of the debut album "The Dark Side...," originally issued independently in January 2016. Release dates will be announced soon.

Kliodna is a five piece melodic-symphonic metal band from Minsk, Belarus. The band was formed n 2013 by lead guitarist Alexandr Korobov, bassist Vasiliy Silura and lead singer Helena Wild. The band soon found an outstanding compatible drummer by the name of Rostislav Golubnichy and second lead guitarist Anton Michailovskiy.

Just after recording "The Dark Side...," lead singer Helena Wild left the band during the summer of 2016 due to recurring health issues but was replaced quickly with professional operatic singer Natalia Senko. Kliodna opened up for Van Canto in the fall of 2015 and have impressed promoters to the point of being asked to open for Leaves Eyes at the Metal Crowd festival in Belarus in August 2016.

The track list for "The Dark Side..." is:

1. Intro
2. Kliodna
3. Road to Anywhere
4. I'll Do the Haunting
5. Night Symphony
6. Blood in the Sea
7. Dead Princess Dreams
8. Northern Wolf
9. Frozen Soul
10. Set Me Free

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1. Luc Germain writes:

Hey folks !

Kliodna's album " The Dark Side " rocks, it has everything symphonic metal fans like. From soaring vocals to killer dual guitar work to a tight rythm section, I highly recommend this album to all !

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