DIABLO Hard At Work On Third Album

Finnish aggro-metallers DIABLO are currently recording their third album, "Eternium", at Fantom studios. The follow-up to 2002's "Renaissance" will be mixed at Helsinki's Finnvox studios and is tentatively scheduled for a January 2004 release.

"I can tell you that the new album will be the best DIABLO album ever…no surprise there," DIABLO guitarist Marko Utriainen told Finpop.net recently. "That's because we've had enough time in writing the songs. Basically it is the same band that you hear on 'Renaissance' but the structures are more carefully considered."

The tentative track listing for "Eternium" is as follows:

01. Symbol of Eternity
02. Reptiles
03. Faceless
04. Black Swan
05. Love Divided
06. Read My Scars
07. Shape Shifter
07. Queen Of Entity
08. In Flesh
09. The Preacher

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza Kaista)


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