BROKEN MIRRORS To Release 'The Universal Disease' This Month

January 16, 2012

French metallers BROKEN MIRRORS will release their second album, "The Universal Disease", on January 31 via Brennus Music. The follow-up to 2009's "Seven Years" was recorded at Hiroshima Studio and was mastered at Tainted Studio in Finland.

"The Universal Disease" track listing:

01. Strong Enough
02. A Thousand Voices...
03. Pig Marmelade
04. Heaven Can Wait
05. Holding The Triggers
06. Aquarius
07. Anthropophobia
08. Erotic Thirst
09. Overdriven
10. Heartsick
11. Nightmare In Mind (Part I: Falling...)
12. Nightmare In Mind (Part II: A Dream Within A Dream)

The digipack edition will include a bonus song, "Inner Enemy".


Fran├žois Guichard: Guitar, Lead Vocals
Florian Didier: Guitar, Backing Vocals
Julien Racine: Drums
Guillaume Vidal: Bass
Vann Eymery: Keyboards

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