November 13, 2008

Yorkshire, UK progressive doom-death metallers THE PROPHECY have inked a deal with Code666 for the release of their brand new album titled "Into The Light". The follow-up to 2006's "Revelations" was recorded at Priory Studios in Sutton Colefields with producer/engineer Greg Chandler (ESOTERIC) and is scheduled for a worldwide release on February 20, 2009.

Commented the band: "We recorded the demo for the new album [in] August [2007] at Priory Studios with Greg Chandler. The demo surpassed anything we had previously done so we knew that the album would turn out to be something special. As with every album we're released we always aim to write and record the best possible music, building on our earlier works. Over the last couple of years our collective musicianship and song writing has improved immensely and this has allowed us to really progress from 'Revelations'. Combined with Chandler's expertise in the studio, 'Into The Light' has become our heaviest and most technical album to date."

"Into The Light" track listing:

01. Waters Deep
02. Don't Forget
03. Delusion
04. Echoes
05. Into the Light
06. Belief Means Nothing
07. All is Lost
08. Hope

Check out audio samples on THE PROPHECY's MySpace page.

THE PROPHECY performing live in Germany - March 2008:

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