WHYZDOM: Toulouse Footage Available

Video footage of French symphonic gothic ensemble WHYZDOM's November 27, 2011 performance at L'Aero in Toulouse, France can be seen below.

WHYZDOM last year announced the addition of singer Clmentine Delauney to the group's ranks.

The band is currently recording its second album, tentatively titled "Blind?", for a 2012 release. The group previously stated about the forthcoming CD, "It is dedicated to people who follow misleading paths, misguided by the ones who love or hate or try to control them, or even sometimes by their own pride.

"We are pretty convinced that each and every one of us can recognize him or herself in this situation one way or the other."

WHYZDOM previously stated about Delauney: "Clmentine received an intensive artistic training since her youngest age: contemporary dance, classical and jazz piano, theatre, classical singing (she joined the Matrise of Lyon Opera in 2003). Motivated by the everlasting will to let her voice express itself in a symphonic metal band, it's an immense pleasure to welcome her in our family."

WHYZDOM last year played two shows with Lisa Middelhauve, former frontwoman for German goth metallers XANDRIA, filling in, following the departure of singer Telya Melane. Middelhauve is also expected to appear on WHYZDOM's next album as a guest singer.

WHYZDOM's debut album, "From The Brink Of Infinity", was released in September 2009 via Ascendance Records.

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