BRAINSTORM Set Tentative Title For New Album

September 30, 2004

German power metallers BRAINSTORM have set "Liquid Monster" as the tentative title for the follow-up to their highly acclaimed 2003 effort, "Soul Temptation".

Commented guitarist Torsten Ihlenfeld: "We are [about to finish] the main songwriting and pre-production process and I must say that the new material simply sounds amazing!" Added vocalist Andy B. Franck: "Yes, I think now we have created a REAL monster!"

"Liquid Monster" is scheduled for release on Fenruary 28, 2005 via Metal Blade Records. An advance single, featuring new album tracks as well as some non-album cuts and a new enhanced video in support of the upcoming album, will be released on January 31.

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