AUTUMN Begins Recording New Album

Dutch symphonic metallers AUTUMN have issued the following update:

"Last weekend we recorded the drums for our upcoming fourth studio album. Production of the new album will be, like with [2007's] 'My New Time' album, supervised by Arno Krabman, Jochem Jacobs and Bouke Visser of the Graveland Studio and the SplitSecondSound studio, respectively. We are already very excited about the drum recordings and can't wait to record the (bass) guitars, synths and vocals. More news about the recordings, the contents of the new album and the release of the album will follow soon!"

AUTUMN in February announced the addition of singer Marjan Welman to the group's ranks. She replaced Nienke de Jong, who left the band in January.

Within the Dutch rock scene, Marjan is considered to be a promising talent with her warm voice and perfect timing. Her vocal contribution on the AYREON album "01011001" received outstanding reviews and shows a singer who stands her ground between a selection of highly acclaimed international vocalists.

AUTUMN's video for the song "Satellites" can be viewed below. The track comes off the band's latest effort, "My New Time", which entered the Dutch album chart at position No. 72.


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