SNOWY SHAW To Guest On New SORROWS PATH Album
Swedish multi-instrumentalist Snowy Shaw (KING DIAMOND, MERCYFUL FATE, MEMENTO MORI, NOTRE DAME, DREAM EVIL, THERION, DIMMU BORGIR) will make a guest appearance on the sophomore album from Greek doom metallers SORROWS PATH. Snowy will sing a duet with SORROWS PATH frontman Angelos Ioannidis on a song titled "Everything Can Change".
SORROWS PATH's follow-up to 2010's "The Rough Path Of Nihilism" is scheduled for release in 2013 via Rock It Up Records. Other songtitles set to appear on the effort include "The King With A Crown Of Thorns" and "Brother Of Life".
SORROWS PATH last year recruited Giannis Tziligkakis (OMINOUS SKY) as its new second guitarist.
"The Rough Path Of Nihilism" was recorded at Fragile Studios in Athens with producer Vangelis Yalamas, who also played the synthesizer on the effort. The artwork and photography for the album were handled by Seth Siro Anton (PARADISE LOST, KAMELOT, MOONSPELL, EXODUS).
SORROWS PATH is:
Stavros Giannakos: Bass
Angelos Ioannidis: Vocals
Fotis Mountouris: Drums
Kostas Salomidis: Guitar
Giannis Tziligkakis: Guitar
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