MORGANA LEFAY: New Single Due This Month

February 5, 2007

Swedish power metallers MORGANA LEFAY will release a new single, entitled "Over and Over Again", on February 26 via Black Mark. Also included on the single will be the new cut "Face of Fear". Both tracks come off the band's new album, "Aberrations of the Mind", due on March 19. Check out audio samples at this location. Two more songs from the CD — "The Rush of Possession" and "Reflections of War" — are available for listening on the band's web site,

According to a press release, "Aberrations of the Mind" will contain "a new level of aggression while still maintaining the traditional MORGANA LEFAY sound. The album will also feature the debut of the band's new skinbasher, Pelle Åkerlind (BLOODBOUND, LEDNOTE).

"Aberrations of the Mind" track listing:

01. Delusions
02. Make a Wish
03. The Rush of Possession
04. Depression
05. Caught in the Tread Wheel
06. Reflections of War
07. Face of Fear
08. Where I Rule
09. In Shadows I Reign
10. Aberration of Mind
11. Vultures Devouring
12. Over and Over Again

The band is gearing up for the Rock at Sea festival, scheduled to take place on March 10, which also includes BUDGIE, KRUX, BULLET, HAIRY BONER, THE QUILL and several noted cover bands. More information is available at

MORGANA LEFAY's latest album, 2005's "Grand Materia", was a concept CD about Nicholas Flamel, a 14th-century alchemist who supposedly lived on forever.

MORGANA LEFAY performed at the Chicago Powerfest 2006 in early April at Mr. Kelley's Music Box in Chicago Heights, IL.

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