CADAVERIA Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

CADAVERIA, the Italian band featuring former OPERA IX vocalist Cadaveria and ex-OPERA IX drummer/NECRODEATH vocalist Marelo Santos (a.k.a. Flegias), has issued the following update:

"It's time to break the silence and answer all the fans who have asked about CADAVERIA developments and next release during the last months.

"Well, we can say the new album is almost done! We are finishing the mix and refining the last tracks and, during the next week, we will begin working on the mastering.

"The album will contain 11 new songs and is still untitled.

"The entire process took quite a long time, but it has been worth it. The sound is macabre and it exudes a primordial magic, the tracks fed on anguish and darkness; cries, tragic prophecies and obscure visions echo in the lyrics. We are absolutely excited about it, but we know there are already many things to do, before going on stage again.

"We are totally focused on this project and on the following steps: we will set the artwork very soon and we are going to shoot a video before the album release.

"Due to all these reasons, it is now early to talk about an official release date for CADAVERIA fourth full-length. However, we can assume it could be in stores before the end of this year.

"We will come back to you when we get any substantial news to share. In the meanwhile we have produced this short video [see below] that captures some moments of the composition and of the recording phases."

CADAVERIA's latest album, "In Your Blood", was released in May 2007 via Season Of Mist.

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