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Conspiracy Issues New Album Updates

Dutch metal band Conspiracy has issued the following update regarding the upcoming album and the search for a new artist:

"Hi guys, just wanted to update you on the situation with the new release. We are still in search for a suitable cover art. Unfortunately Dan Seagrave was not available this time. I must make a choice between contemporary artists and the classical old paintings available 'free of rights.' Let me know if you have any suggestions. If i will get a nice advice which will materialize - you will get a free copy of the new release. "

The band has previously issued the update:

"The third album of CONSPIRACY is ready. I wait for Dan Seagrave to come up with the concept of the cover art. He will get back to me on the 15th of March. This time the album wasn't done by me alone. I am happy to collaborate with a genius guitarist and composer Arian Blaze, who helped to orchestrate and contributed his virtuosity to make the tracks even more interesting."

"There are 6 Black Metal songs, one classical piece and 3 Heavy Metal songs. 'Bukovina' and 'Irremediable' - are the Dark Heavy Metal opuses. Yes, yes, I know, the vocal sounds like King Diamond. Why not? Some other bands used this vocal technique in the past too."

"Some so-called 'reviewers' criticized me for the material on the previous album, because it was 'too different' and they found it impossible to judge. The songs on the new album are even more diverse than before. This is my answer to those who want to hear all the same riffs, concepts and lyrics year after year."

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