Visions Of Atlantis - Share New Album Details And New Song

Symphonic metal masters Visions Of Atlantis have shared several important news recently. The most important is that they have announced a new album titled The Deep & The Dark, their first in almost five years, which is set for a release on February 16th 2018 on Napalm Records. The band fronted by Clémentine Delauney unveiled their album artwork and tracklist for the record as well as the scenic video for the track "Return To Lemuria". Enjoy!

Says the band: "This is the album we have always dreamed of making. It is everything fans of this genre love and Visions Of Atlantis was founded for. This is the heart & soul of this band and Symphonic Metal. We are proud and excited that after over 4 years we put out the best 10 tracks the band has to offer. This is Visions Of Atlantis - this is Symphonic Metal!"

01. The Deep & The Dark
02. Return To Lemuria
03. Ritual Night
04. The Silent Mutiny
05. Book Of Nature
06. The Last Home
07. The Grand Illusion
08. Dead Reckoning
09. Words Of War
10. Prayer To The Lost

Visions Of Atlantis will also perform live at the Symphonic Metal Nights tour in February 2018 with Serenity, Sleeping Romance, Evenmore and Secret Rule.


09.02.18 AUT - Worgl / Komma
10.02.18 GER - Kaiserslautern / Kammgarn
11.02.18 SUI - Wetzikon / Hall Of Fame
12.02.18 GER - Frankfurt / Nachtleben
14.02.18 UK - London / Underworld
15.02.18 GER - Vosselaar / Biebob
16.02.18 NED - Nijverdal / Cult Art Shop
17.02.18 NED - Haarlem / Patronaat
18.02.18 GER - Bochum / matrix
19.02.18 GER - Berlin / Bi Nuu
20.02.18 GER - Nuremberg / Der Cult
21.02.18 CZE - Prague / Nova Chmelnice
22.02.18 GER - Munich / Backstage
23.02.18 GER - Glauchau / Alte Spinnerei
24.02.18 AUT - Lenzing / Pfarrsaal
25.02.18 GER - Wacken / Wacken Winter Nights (VOA only)

Band profile: Visions Of Atlantis
Posted: 07.12.2017 by BloodTears


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Comments: 2   Visited by: 37 users
07.12.2017 - 17:36
The Shape 1973
Is she alright? Doesn't look well to me.
I don't do inclusive
08.12.2017 - 17:54
Will this band ever learn? They finally land a frontwoman like Clémentine and yet still insist on tacking on some local flat-voiced Kotipelto wannabe. The song's pretty average either way, but Mlle Delauney could carry this so much better on her own.

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