TODESBONDEN To Begin Recording New Album In February

TODESBONDEN, the atmospheric doom band founded by Laurie Ann Haus (AUTUMN TEARS, EPHEMERAL SUN, NEST, RAIN FELL WITHIN, GARDEN OF SHADOWS), have completed the songwriting process for their new album, "Ghost of a Crescent Moon". The drum recordings will begin in early February with producer Markus Stock (EMPYRIUM, NOEKK, THE VISION BLEAK, SUN OF THE SLEEPLESS) for a summer release through the German label Prophecy Productions.

As previously reported, TODESBONDEN have been confirmed as the headliners of A Midwinter Night's Dream, set to take place January 14, 2006 at the Jaxx in Springfield, Virginia. Also scheduled to perform are BRAVE, WITHERSOUL, SHROUD OF BEREAVEMENT and XEPER. TODESBONDEN will be playing songs from their "Stormbringer" EP (Pale Moon Records) as well as "Ghost of a Crescent Moon".


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