THE OLD DEAD TREE: New Song Available For Download

A brand new THE OLD DEAD TREE track, entitled "Dive", has been posted online at this location. The song comes off the Parisian goth metallers' new album, "The Water Fields", due on September 17 via Season of Mist. The CD was recorded at Stage One Studio in Germany with producer Andy Classen.

Speaking about the new CD, vocalist/guitarist Manuel stated, "The band went further again, reaching a new stage in terms of songwriting and maturity. This album is much heavier and darker, but also more diverse and full of sheer emotion! Even the production of Andy Classen outdoes the job on our previous material."

"The Water Fields" track listing:

01. Start The Fire
02. Don't Wake Me Up (Those Who Never Wear White)
03. Dive
04. What's Done Is Done
05. The Water Fields
06. Is Your Soul For Sale?
07. A Distant Light Was Shining
08. Regarding Kate
09. Rise To The Occasion
10. Hey
11. This Is Now Farewell

Check out the cover artwork at this location.

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