Australia's EYEFEAR Signs With DOCKYARD 1

March 4, 2007

Melbourne, Australia-based progressive power metallers EYEFEAR have inked a deal with Dockyard 1. The group's new CD, "A World Full of Grey", was recorded at keyboardist Sammy Giaccotto's studio Peak Time Productions in Melbourne, Australia and mixed by Andy La Rocque (KING DIAMOND) at Los Angered Studios, Sweden. Andy also played two guitar leads on the album.

"A World Full of Grey" track listing:

01. Searching for Forgiveness
02. A World Full of Grey
03. Changes
04. Lost Within
05. Moments
06. The Eyes Tell No Lies
07. Whispers of the Soul
08. Haunted Memories
09. Breathe Again
10. Searching for Forgiveness (radio edit)

For Japan/Asia, the radio edit of "Searching for Forgiveness" is replaced with the bonus song "Alone (Wasting Away)".

Check out audio samples at the band's MySpace page.

A release date for the album has not yet been announced.

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