AUTUMN: Two Songs From Upcoming Album Posted Online

Dutch gothic metal band AUTUMN has posted two songs from its upcoming album, "My New Time", on its MySpace page. Check out the tracks "Satellites" and "My New Time" at this location.

"My New Time" is scheduled for release in Europe on May 7 via Metal Blade Records (May 4 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland; April 27 in Benelux).

Produced by Arno Krabman at Graveland Studio and mixed by Jochem Jacobs at Split Second Sound Studio, "My New Time" is described as "a powerful, heavy yet melodic album which will impress gothic rock/metal fans all over the world!"

Commented the group: "We've laid down 11 tracks at Graveland Studio with producer Arno Krabman behind the dials. These are some of the most diverse, groovy and powerful AUTUMN songs to date. Needless to say, we're thrilled with the results! The new lineup has outdone itself and has seen the AUTUMN collective improve in all possible areas. This, combined with Arno's attention to detail and Jochem's mixing skills, should result in an album that'll raise some eyebrows!"

"My New Time" (view artwork here) track listing:

01. Satellites
02. Closest Friends Conspire
03. Blue Wine
04. Angel of Desire
05. My New Time
06. Communication On Opium
07. Twisted And Turned
08. Shadowmancer
09. Forget To Remember (Sunday Mornings)
10. State Of Mind
11. Epilogue (What's Done Is Done)


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