Official press release

UnSun, band led by ex-Vader guitar player, Mauser, has recently signed a worldwide deal with Mystic Production (home label of Behemoth and Riverside, among others). The band, who released their debut album, The End Of Life in September 2008 via Century Media Records, has entered studio this spring to record sophomore album. Vocal tracks were recorded in Studio X in Olsztyn and soon after Unsun moved to Hertz Studio (Behemoth, Vader, Decapitated) to record all instruments. After 5 weeks of hard work the album is currently being mixed and mastered.

The band has just uploaded first studio report which can be checked at Mystic Production YouTube channel.

UnSun's new album was given Clinic For Dolls as working title. This album will feature 10 new songs (and a bonus track for Japanese edition) and will be released on 10th October via Mystic Production in Europe. American release date will be announced soon.

The band comments on the recordings and new label: "Work on our second album is almost finished. We recorded 10 fantastic songs. At the moment we are listening to first mastered tracks. It's metal, it's powerful, heavy but at the same time melancholic and thrilling. You can expect also some softer tunes four one moving ballad. We are 100% satisfied with what we've done - so the plan was fulfilled. Now we are also focusing on photo session, video, etc.

After fantastic reactions on our first album The End Of Life we signed a contract for the second album with Mystic Production, which is our exclusive European partner. Mystic Production is not only a successful music label, this is a bunch of fantastic people totally devoted to music and their artists. These are people with lots of experience who do their best to promote and support the bands. We are sure that this contract guarantees us the straight way to success. The faith in us and the support that Mystic Production gives us made Unsun even more motivated and determined. We will inform you about next steps soon - meanwhile please check the first part of our studio report."





Source: mystic-production.com
Band profile: UnSun
 
Posted: 24.06.2010 by SlaytallicA



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WorpeX - 24.06.2010 at 22:10  
Wow, sounds really good! Can't wait!
Lord_Regnier - 24.06.2010 at 22:47  
Just what we need. Another female-fronted metal band.

Damn, when will bands stop destroying material that could have potential by putting female vocals on it? It doesn't fit. Is it a way to draw attention, or what? I know that sex sells but this trend to use a female vocalist is really getting out of proportion.
dismaleuphony - 25.06.2010 at 05:07  
Seems like it will be another solid release from them
marzepka87 - 25.06.2010 at 05:44  
Written by Lord_Regnier on 24.06.2010 at 22:47

Just what we need. Another female-fronted metal band.

Damn, when will bands stop destroying material that could have potential by putting female vocals on it? It doesn't fit. Is it a way to draw attention, or what? I know that sex sells but this trend to use a female vocalist is really getting out of proportion.


Could not have said it better, thank you
Ag Fox - 25.06.2010 at 08:03  
Written by Lord_Regnier on 24.06.2010 at 22:47

Just what we need. Another female-fronted metal band.

Damn, when will bands stop destroying material that could have potential by putting female vocals on it? It doesn't fit. Is it a way to draw attention, or what? I know that sex sells but this trend to use a female vocalist is really getting out of proportion.

haha... it's either males or females you know. I don't see people complaining "another male fronted band". Unless you fancy trannies fronting a band

I love their last album. Hope they would do something as cool if not better. This is not "just another female-fronted band" and is actually way better than most of the ones we see out there today.

I know when you listen to it you won't like it because it's not your cup of tea completely, but I love selective pop singles as much as extreme metal like A Forest Of Stars and Impetuous Ritual, so I'd say there's still a market for it because different people have different taste.
WorpeX - 26.06.2010 at 09:09  
Just because its a female fronted band doesn't make it any less good. Some people enjoy female singers, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

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