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HolyHell Announces New LP "Darkness Visible"; Posts "Studio Listening Sessions Video

New York based symphonic metal act HolyHell announced that the band's sophomore full length release will be entitled "Darkness Visible." The album is set for a digital release on June 16, 2012, exclusively through iTunes and Kingdom of Steel. Physical CD's of the album are set for a July 27, 2012. Pre-sales of the album are available at this location. The album will be mixed and mastered at the legendary Wisseloord Studios by long-time collaborators mixing engineer Ronald Prent and two-time Grammy award-winning mastering engineer Darcy Proper.

Singer/lyricist Maria Breon commented on the release: "Our fans have been amazing all these years. The Pre-Sale bundle is our Thank You! for their incredible support."

Keyboardist/composer Francisco Palomo also commented on the album: "We've been pushing ourselves to the limit, we've given all our heart and soul, and we believe our fans will hear and feel it in every single song."

The band posted a "studio listening sessions" video for the album, which can be viewed here:

The band also announced a string of tour dates as follows:

Sat, June 16, 2012 -- Ost Fest -- Bucharest, Romania
Thu, June 21, 2012 -- Gods Of Metal -- Milan, Italy
Fri, July 6, 2012 -- Getaway Rock Festival -- Gävle, Sweden
Mon, July 9, 2012 -- Dortmunder Music Week Festival -- Dortmund, Germany

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