BRAINSTORM Finish Recording New Album

German power metallers BRAINSTORM have finished recording their new album, "Liquid Monster", due on April 4, 2005 via Metal Blade Records. The CD "is now in the [mixing stage], and I'm really proud to say, that this album is maybe more exciting then everything else we've done before!" singer Andy B. Franck writes on the group's web site. "Tracks like 'Worlds Are Comin' Through', 'Shades And Shadows', 'Inside The Monster', 'My Invisible Enemy' and 'Lifeline' do REALLY kick ass and represent BRAINSTORM better then ever!

"A few days ago we also had our final photo shooting and are now ready to shoot the next video clip for the upcoming single 'All Those Words' (to be released March, 7th.)."

"Liquid Monster" is the follow-up to BRAINSTORM's highly acclaimed "Soul Temptation", which came out in 2003.


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