AUTUMN TEARS Finishes Recording 'The Hallowing'

January 27, 2007

Dark Symphonies recording artist AUTUMN TEARS has finished recording its long-awaited new release, entitled "The Hallowing". Mainman Ted Tringo says: "All that is left now is the final mixing, mastering and completion of the layout. Expect the album to be ready within a few months at the latest."

After a decade of evolving, the band has finally shed its shell of neoclassical, darkwave and gothic sound, opting to pursue a more traditional classical and chamber music style. Drawing influences from such masters as Bach, Brahms, Hayden, Mahler and a host of others, AUTUMN TEARS boasts rich and diverse musical arrangements based on music theory and employs fully live instrumentation including a live string section, woodwinds, oboe, french horn and their trademark operatic vocals.

AUTUMN TEARS' last release was 2004's "Eclipse".

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