Bilocate - Guest Appearance By Dan Swanö


Swedish metal icon Dan Swanö has contributed guest vocals in two tracks from the upcoming third full-length album from Jordanian dark oriental metallers Bilocate.

The band says: "From a legendary contributor in the international metal scene flows a legendary voice, adding more to Bilocate, not to mention that this collaboration is taking place in 2 of the most highlighted Bilocate songs, we in Bilocate are so honored to have Dan's voice among ours, and it's such an enthusiasm charge for us to even look more forward to completing the release and sharing this mix with our audience, thanks a lot Dan!"

Vocalist Ramzi Essayed says: "Crimson I and II have been on our top list for years, Dan's work in all of his projects always amazed Bilocate and when the idea started 7 months ago we were confident that Dan will enjoy the music and work with us, his contribution on clean vocals gave another taste for the album, the outcome is a pure dark musical journey... can't wait to share it with our fans."

The album is currently scheduled to be released by the end of 2011.

Source: jorzine.com
Band profile: Bilocate
 
Posted: 24.08.2011 by JD


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24.08.2011 - 21:40
!J.O.O.E.!
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Don't know them but this certainly sounds interesting if Swano's contributing.
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25.08.2011 - 01:35
InnerSelf
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Written by Guest on 24.08.2011 at 21:40

Don't know them but this certainly sounds interesting if Swano's contributing.


Check out their second album Sudden death Syndrome , it is worth it. It is not the most revolutionary album but it has some awesome radical songwriting moments and a great performance
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25.08.2011 - 01:40
!J.O.O.E.!
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Written by InnerSelf on 25.08.2011 at 01:35

Written by Guest on 24.08.2011 at 21:40

Don't know them but this certainly sounds interesting if Swano's contributing.


Check out their second album Sudden death Syndrome , it is worth it. It is not the most revolutionary album but it has some awesome radical songwriting moments and a great performance

Sounds like a plan.
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25.08.2011 - 09:12
Ag Fox
Angel No More
I liked their previous release too, but this sounds like it's gonna be a lot better
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25.08.2011 - 09:57
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Written by Guest on 25.08.2011 at 01:40
Written by InnerSelf on 25.08.2011 at 01:35
Written by Guest on 24.08.2011 at 21:40
Don't know them but this certainly sounds interesting if Swano's contributing.
Check out their second album Sudden death Syndrome , it is worth it. It is not the most revolutionary album but it has some awesome radical songwriting moments and a great performance
Sounds like a plan.
Yeah, I dled a couple songs from their Dysphoria around the time of its release and they're really good even back then. "2nd War in Heaven" & "A Deadly Path" (the latter in particular). I highly recommend 'em to any fellow Dãm fans (not that they're that similar)

Nice to see them score a boon like this; reminds me of the excellent Eternal Gray
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25.08.2011 - 10:08
Nefarious
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Wow can't wait to hear this
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25.08.2011 - 10:12
JD
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Looking forward to this.
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25.08.2011 - 16:28
Music4TheSpirit
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I want to check this new album as well, but i don't think the colaboration with Swanö will be a big thing, specially if he's just doing vocals
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