ANGEL BLAKE: European Release Date Set For Debut Album

Metal Blade Records has set a March 10, 2006 European release date for the self-titled debut album from ANGEL BLAKE, the new Swedish band featuring former THE CROWN guitarist Marko Tervonen and former TRANSPORT LEAGUE/current MNEMIC frontman Tony Jelencovich. The CD will be mastered on January 5 at Studio Bohus.

"Angel Blake" track listing:

01. The Force
02. Retaliate
03. Lycanthrope
04. Self-Terminate
05. Solitude, My Friend
06. Autumnal
07. The Forsaken
08. Thousand Storms
09. Paint It Black
10. ...'Til the End

As previously reported, ANGEL BLAKE have made available a studio diary at to follow the progress of the recording sessions for the album. Download a demo version of the track "Self-Terminate" at this location).

ANGEL BLAKE's debut album was recorded at Tervonen's Studio MT, which is located three kilometers from Trollhättan, Sweden.


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