LABYRINTH: 'Return To Heaven Denied Pt. 2'

September 18, 2009

Italian metallers LABYRINTH have issued the following update:

"LABYRINTH are ready to enter the studios again, and this time it will be a special occasion to celebrate, as the original lineup is finally back together! After a long time, Olaf [Thorsen, guitar], Andrea [Cantarelli, guitar] and Roberto [Tiranti, vocals] are working again together to the new album, and will soon enter the studios to record the long-awaited 'Return to Heaven Denied Pt. 2', follower of the acclaimed album [released in 1998] which made their name be one of the most well-known ones into power metal scene. You wanted it, you asked for it, you waited for it. Now you will have it. We are ready to return to the heaven denied..."

LABYRINTH's sixth full-length album, "6 Days to Nowhere", was released in February 2007 via Scarlet Records. The mastering took place at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.

LABYRINTH's fifth album, "Freeman", was released in 2005 through Arise Records. The Italian version of the album contained the exclusive bonus DVD with a Tokyo show (Banzai Tour 2004),"best of" London Cadmen Underworld (Nov. 13, 2004),the "L.Y.A.F.H." and "Freeman" videos, pictures and discography.

LABYRINTH's "Lost" video (taken from "6 Days to Nowhere") can be viewed below.

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