Polish heavy metallers DIVINE WEEP are preparing to record their sophomore album, the successor to its 2013 release, “Age of the Immortal”. The session is planned for March 2015 in the well-known Hertz Studio (Vader, Behemoth, Decapitated). The sound will be engineered by Piotr Polak and Sławek Wiesławski, the mixing and mastering process will be handled by Wojtek Wiesławski.
The album will feature nearly 50 minutes of heavy/power metal, including songs from the previous release and four completely new tracks. The album will feature a guest appearance by Wojciech Hoffman from polish legendary band TURBO. This might not be the only guest, but I don’t want to unveil all the details now.
A few weeks back the band premiered a video for the title track from their last album, watch it below. The song “Age of the Immortal” has been re-recorded at Hertz Studio with the new members who joined the band after the album’s release. Thanks to the new musicians, especially the new, charismatic and powerful singer, Igor Tarasewicz, the song gained a newfound energy and meaning. The clip has been made with the help of Winland Historical Brotherhood (http://www.winland.pl)
Divine Weep has been formed in 1995 as a black metal band, gaining recognition both in the country and outside of it. During the years of inactivity the band’s style evolved into classic heavy metal in the vein of giants such as Iron Maiden and Helloween. The band came back to life in 2010 with a bundle of new songs and recruited new members, getting a new chance to shine among Poland’s metal scene, which resulted in a lot of gigs including those supporting bands such as Hunter, Turbo and Blaze Bayley (ex-Iron Maiden).
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