ANDROMEDA: Release Date Announced For 'Chimera'

Acclaimed Swedish prog-metal band ANDROMEDA will release their third album, "Chimera", on June 23 via Massacre Records. Several audio samples from the CD, which was released in Japan on January 21 via Marquee/Avalon, can be heard online at this location.

"Chimera" track listing:

01. Periscope
02. In the End
03. The Hidden Riddle
04. Going Under
05. The Cage of Me
06. No Guidelines
07. Iskenderun
08. Inner Circle
09. Blink of an Eye

ANDROMEDA's debut album, "Extension of the Wish" (2001), was re-released in Europe via New Hawen/Century Media. The new version features vocals by new singer David Fremberg, a new mix and two bonus tracks, previously only released in France by NTS. The title of the re-release is "Final Extension (Re-Release of 'Extension of the Wish')".

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