KALKI AVATARA To Enter Studio In February

KALKI AVATARA, the solo project of ABORYM/MALFEITOR guitarist Paolo "Hell-I0-Kabbalus" Pieri, has inked a deal with the Canadian label Shaytan Productions for the release of the "Mantra for the End of Times" EP. Due in late January, the effort will be distributed by Plastic Head.

In other news, Paolo Pieri has issued the following update:

"Lots of people were asking for new stuff, so you'll be glad to know that I finished the songwriting for a small release that is going to be recorded in February at Fear No One Studio by Emiliano Natali with the same lineup [as on the 'Mantra for the End of Times' EP.

"This release [will] consist of a brand new song, 'Para lĂ’gon' (ancient Greek, meaning 'Against the Word') and a totally violated cover of 'Paint it Black' by THE ROLLING STONES. This stuff will not be released on a CD to the public though, and will be available only to labels or in streaming through MySpace."

Hell-I0-Kabbalus (ABORYM, MALFEITOR) - vocals, guitar, synths

Session musicians:

Nighthorn (HOUR OF PENANCE) - Bass
M:Fabban (ABORYM, MALFEITOR) - Guest Vocals

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/kalkiavatara.


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