More releases from Argentina on Twilight RecordsPosted on 19/10/06
Active in Argentina since many years, the label Twilight Records now announces 4 new releases. Previously the label released work from artists as diverse as Storm of Capricorn, Kirlian Camera, Stalingrad, In My Rosary, Lamia, Kutna Hora, Vigilante, Camerata Mediolanense, Pimentola and many more. The first of 4 new releases that you may expect from the label is the re-release of Endraum's debut album "In flimmernder Nacht" including the three unreleased bonus tracks "Eine Nacht im Traumstaub [Teil 1]", "Pale blue the silence (Oehhm Saturates pbts)" and "Eine Nacht im Traumstaub [Teil 2+3]". Next is "Cantiones Filicatae" from the new Italian medieval project Lucus. The 3rd album is "Falling deep Within" by the swedish heavenly voices project Rising Shadows. Finally there is Nekrodamus' second album "A brave dawn". Included as guestsinger on the album is Froxeanne from the electro band The Frozen Autumn.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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