CRYSTAL TEARS Completes New Album Recordings

Greek metallers CRYSTAL TEARS spent time at Music Factory studio in Kempten, Germany between May 12 and May 21 recording their new album with producer R.D. Liapakis (FIREWIND, CHASTAIN, ELDRITCH). Acclaimed singer Ian Parry (ELEGY, CONSORTIUM) wrote the lyrics and vocal melody lines for the CD and completed the vocal recordings at his own studio in the Netherlands. The album will now be mixed and mastered at Germany's Music Factory studio with Liapakis and engineer C. Schmid.

Parry recently paid a visit to Thessaloniki, Greece to meet CRYSTAL TEARS. During this seven-day trip, the guys did two different photo sessions, shot their debut video clip, rehearsed, recorded some backing vocals "and partied their nuts off!"

Formed in 1997, CRYSTAL TEARS released its debut album, "Choirs of Immortal", in October 2006 via Pure Steel Records.

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

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