Krypteria - New Album Update

German metallers Krypteria have issued the following update on their MySpace blog:

"Krypteria have been and still are busy working on their new album which is scheduled for release in spring 2011.

Drummer S.C. Kuschnerus checks in from the recording studio: "So far we have written and pre-recorded about a dozen of new songs. When all is said and done we'll probably have to choose the best combination of tracks from a pool of over twenty worthy candidates.

As usual everybody in this band contributes to the songwriting with tons of creative musical ideas. Only this time around Ji-In, Chris, Frank and I have made it a point of emphasis to be way more experimental than before, to break all programmatic chains so to speak. This definitely resulted in a much broader and, I think, wilder stylistic scope."

"At the end of the day our fans will receive an album that might catch them off guard somewhat but will nevertheless feature all the Krypterian trademarks that are near and dear to their hearts", quips an excited Kuschnerus. "The enormous anticipation we feel inside ourselves only adds extra fuel to our artistic fire."

Krypteria's new album will be unleashed in spring of 2011. However, the band will return to the live circuit as early as October 23rd with their second ever performance at the Metal Female Voices Fest in Belgium. This will be followed by a tour in December which will be announced later in September."

Band profile: Krypteria
Posted: 03.09.2010 by BudDa


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03.09.2010 - 19:18
Ag Fox
Angel No More
K, let's see what they come up with this time
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04.09.2010 - 03:51
Jason W.
Interesting, seems they are going to evolve their sound. They've already got the ability to write catchy hooks, so I'm curious whether they will deepen their composing now
"After silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music." - Aldous Huxley
04.09.2010 - 04:40
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I hope this album would be better and heavier than their last.

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