EXILIA Begins Recording New Album

Italian female-fronted quartet EXILIA has entered Principal Studios in Ottmarsbocholt (near Mnster), Germany to begin recording its new album for a September 2008 release via AFM Records. ILL NINO drummer Dave Chavarri will join the band in the studio to produce a selection of songs.

Commented singer Masha: ""The work has begun and we are very excited. I feel this album will represent some of our best work we've done and I know our fans won't be disappointed!"

In other news, EXILIA has been rejoined by original drummer Ale Lera, who is said to be "totally commited to creating drumming miracles for a band he sadly had to leave in the past due to unforseen personal circumstances."

EXILIA's sophomore full-length album, "Nobody Excluded", was released in July 2006 via G.U.N./BMG Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Unleashed" was produced by Udo Rinklin and recorded by the infamous Resetti Brothers (Jrg Umbreit and Vincent Sorg), with Jeff Collier helping out with the vocal recordings.

EXILIA's video for the song "Kill Me" can be viewed below.


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