VESANIA: New Album Release Date Announced

Polish black metal masters VESANIA, whose lineup includes Orion (BEHEMOTH) and Daray (VADER), will release their third album, "Distractive Killusions" on November 20 in the U.S. and November 30 in Europe through Napalm Records. The CD was recorded at Studio X in Olsztyn, Poland. The band recorded and mixed the effort with engineer Szymon Czech between February and June 2007.

Commented Orion (guitar, vocals): "This time we had this great opportunity to allow more time for mixing. And so we were mixing the album and recording vocal tracks in pretty much the same time. Day by day, we were fulfilling the plans and presumptions, simultaneously using some fresh ideas of my own and of Szymon Czech. Thorough all that time I stayed in constant touch with the rest of the band. Especially with Siegmar, with whom I was consulting all the moves. Finally, after all, we can speak about the 'sound' and the 'character' of the band being concluded."

VESANIA performing at Metalmania 2006 festival in Poland:


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