THE KOVENANT Set Tentative Title For New Album

August 11, 2003

Norway's THE KOVENANT have set "The Dreaming Spires" as the tentative title for their forthcoming album, due in early 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to this year's "S.E.T.I." (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) will apparently be "more guitar-oriented and darker" than its predecessor. Among the tracks set to appear on the CD is "Radiation King".

As previously reported, THE KOVENANT recently added two new members to the group's lineup: RAM-ZET drummer Küth and APOPTYGMA BERZERK keyboardist Geir Bratland. The band will headline the "Pain Stage" at this year's Summer Breeze festival on Aug. 22 in Abtsgmünd, Germany.

"S.E.T.I." was produced by Dan Diamond at Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany and marks the final recorded appearance with the group of drummer Von Blomberg (a.k.a. Hellhammer).

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