Germany's FLOWING TEARS have posted the following message on their web site:
"Right now we're about to start writing new songs and developing our vision of the next album. We will take all the time we might need to explore some exiting new ground without any pressure of a deadline in mind, and we're sure this process will enable us to deliver some great new material… that will be our focus for the first half of 2005. We'll keep you posted about the progress of our work… Nevertheless, we'll play a few well chosen festivals and shows during these months, so check the tour dates section from time to time! A few shows are already announced - some more will follow..."
FLOWING TEARS' most recent album, "Razorbliss", was released in March 2004 through Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Serpentine" was recorded at Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany with producer Waldemar Sorychta (THE GATHERING, LACUNA COIL, SENTENCED, MOONSPELL) and is the band's first to feature vocalist Helen Vogt, who replaced Stefanie Duchêne in 2003.
Upcoming FLOWING TEARS shows:
Feb. 27 – Tilburg, NETH - 013
Apr. 30 – Liège, BEL - Soundstation
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