KILMARA: More New Album Details Revealed

February 14, 2013

Spanish metallers KILMARA recently entered Roland Grapow's (MASTERPLAN, ex-HELLOWEEN) studios in Slovakia to record their third album, "Love Songs And Other Nightmares".

Commented the band: "We want to inform our fans that the realease of our new album 'Love Songs And Other Nightmares' need longer as expected. After listening the pre-mix, we've realized that it's not only the third record in our career, we want it to be the most perfect album we've ever recorded, that's why we started thinking about new collaborations and elements. We cannot announce a release date yet, we'll do things in the best way, our goal is to create a great piece of heavy metal."

KILMARA has enlisted former XERU, CHAMAN and DM X PROJECT guitarist David Muñoz to lay down guitar solos on the song "Devil's Eye" and former RESILIENCE guitarist and singer Pilar Villatobas to record guest vocals with her guttural voice on the song "Fantasy".

"Love Songs And Other Nightmares" will feature eguest appearances by Dave Imbernön from ENUMA ELISH on keyboards and Kaleb from young Spanish pagan death metal band DRAKUM on the violin.


Christian Wolfgang Kohl (vocals)
Jonathan Portillo (guitar)
Enrique Torres (guitar)
Javier Morillo (drums)
Raul Ruiz (bass guitar)

In existence since 2003 (when they were known as JADDE),KILMARA's latest album, "Don't Fear The Wolf" was released in May 2010 via Maldito Records.

In November 2010, KILMARA signed a deal with the U.K. label Rising Records, which re-released "Don't Fear The Wolf" worldwide in February 2011.

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