Glis returns as a 'Phoenix' after 7 years of silencePosted on 13/12/12
It took Shaun Frandsen a while to get his Glis project back in the studio but he know returns with a Glis album later in 2013, titled "Phoenix". The name could not have been better chosen as Frandsen had not recorded any new Glis album since 2005 when "Nemesis" was released.
Fans of the band can already catch a glimpse of the new Glis sound with "Apocalypse Parties", which appeared on the "Endzeit Bunkertracks 6" compilation and now also in a remix by Elliott Berlin on the recently released split EP "4.4U [2012.12]" together with amGod, Cynical Existence and Alien Vampires.
You can stream the release after the jump or download it via via the label's Bandcamp page and via iTunes).
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Posted by B. Van Isacker
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