SARAH JEZEBEL DEVA Continuing Work On Solo Album

British vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva (CRADLE OF FILTH, ANGTORIA) — who currently resides in Melbourne, Australia — is continuing work on her solo album, "A Sign of Sublime", tentatively due later in the year. She says, "it's been slow but it's still moving, it's just ya life changes and you have to go with the flow."

The drums on the CD were laid down by Max Blunos of the U.K. death metal outfit TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED. He says of the session, "The drums were tracked at Red House Farm studios in Ipswich over the 20th and 21st of December. It was a pleasure and a true honor to work with Sarah, who is an amazing musician and person."

ANGTORIA's video for the song "God Has a Plan for Us All" can be viewed below. The track comes off the band's debut album, "God Has A Plan For Us All", which was released in Europe in April 2006 via Listenable Records.

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