Avantasia - Release Excerpts From New Album


Tobias Sammet has given fans the chance to listen to some previews of Avantasia's upcoming album The Mystery Of Time as the album release date approaches fast. The pre-listening is available on the YouTube video located below.

The album's limited collector's deluxe edition will have a 48 pages 12" hard cover book (approximately the size of a vinyl LP) containing an extended interview with Tobias, a history part, unseen photos, two bonus tracks ("Death Is Just A Feeling" with Tobias on vocals and an additional brand new track "The Cross And You") and a second disc with bonus-Karaoke-versions of the ten regular album tracks.





Official statement from Tobias: "On March 29th the new Avantasia epic The Mystery Of Time will hit the stores. Many journalists have already stated, that the album might be the most enchanting and complete Avantasia adventure of all times. If you have an account here at tobiassammet.com log in to the Backstage section and enjoy the first impression of the masterpiece. You have to register first, but it's all for free! We wish you safe travels into the enchanting world of Avantasia..."

You can also listen to the entire song "Invoke The Machine" which was previously released here.




Source: tobiassammet.com
Band profile: Avantasia
 
Posted: 09.03.2013 by R Lewis


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09.03.2013 - 22:56
JÄY
Metal slave
Couple good riffages in there
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10.03.2013 - 03:51
Mountain King
K i K o
Kiske sounds like a God...
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10.03.2013 - 06:56
Patrick Andersen
Exciting, it sounds surprisingly bombastic.
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10.03.2013 - 12:27
Ellrohir
Heaven Knight
Not gonna listen to 20sec extracts that cant tell anything...
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So behold the flight of the sapphire dragon
soaring through the skies once again


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10.03.2013 - 13:38
FeskarN
These samples sounds so much better than "Invoke The Machine".
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The Land Is Silent... Before The Storm!
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10.03.2013 - 19:24
The Shape 1973
Still has some of the hard rock edge of the last three, but closer to the first two metal operas. Guest list sounds good, better to see Kiske and Catley in there to.
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RIP NFFC
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