DESPAIRATION To Release 'A Requiem In Winter's Hue' In February

German ambient/gothic rock band DESPAIRATION will release its fifth album, "A Requiem In Winter's Hue", on February 29 via My Kingdom Music. The CD will be distributed by SPV in Germany and Aural Music in all other territories.

"A Requiem In Winter's Hue" (cover artwork) was recorded in the band's own Winter Solitude Studio with help from MarQs Plietsch (Authentic Audio) during the drum recording and mastering stages.

The track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Kiss Of Ashes
02. A Lovelorn Requiem
03. The One Who Ceased To Breathe
04. Musique De La Decadence
05. Farewell In Blue
06. The Shallow Sea (re-recording)
07. Letters From A Coffin
08. Cathartic Revelation
09. Humanity As A Child
10. Lucid Lullaby
11. Inner Peace

Check out the songs "A Lovelorn Requiem" and "The One Who Ceased To Breathe" on the band's MySpace page.

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