January 15, 2009

UNSUN — the Polish band led by ex-VADER guitarist Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz — has been confirmed for the Metal Female Voices Fest VII, set to take place October 17, 2009 at Oktoberhallen in Wieze, Belgium. Also scheduled to appear are KIVIMETSÄN DRUIDI, MIDNATTSOL and WHYZDOM.

For more information, visit www.metalfemalevoicesfest.be.

"Whispers", the latest video from UNSUN, can be viewed below. The song is the first single off UNSUN's debut album, "The End Of Life", which was released on September 22, 2008 via Century Media Records.

Originally formed under the moniker UNSEEN, the dynamic four-piece decided that something incorporating day and night, light and darkness would suit them best. Thus UNSUN was born, a label perfectly encompassing the melancholic, dark and yet catchy nature of their music as well as the stark contrast between female singer Aya's highly melodic vocals and the driving, powerful riffs.

Consolidated by the sheer passion to play intense music, Mauser and Aya knew upon their first rehearsals that it was their destiny to create music together. From the very beginning, UNSUN was not supposed to be just another side-project for Mauser, but his personal way of exploring new music. Thus, he and Aya started looking for other exceptional musicians to make UNSUN a full-time band. Very soon Vaaver from INDUKTI and Heinrich, who also plays bass in VESANIA, teamed up with Mauser and Aya to form the band they are today. It didn't take long for UNSUN to catch the attention of various labels throughout Europe and in 2007 they finally signed a deal with Mystic Production in their native Poland. The ink hadn't fully dried yet when Mauser and Aya already started writing the first songs for what should become their debut album, "The End Of Life", which was recorded in Poland in Studio-X in the beginning of 2008.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/unsunmusic.

"Whispers" video:

Making of "Whispers" video:

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