According to Blabbermouth.net
members Fernando Ribeiro
(vocals) and Ricardo Amorim
(guitar) will perform a short acoustic set on the biggest morning radio show on Portugal's national radio on Monday, May 19 beginning at around 7:00 a.m.
To listen to the program, go to Antena3.pt
and then look for "Manhs da 3.
's video for the track "Scorpion Flower" can be viewed here
. The clip is one of two (along with "Night Eternal") off the group's new album, "Night Eternal", which were shot by Ivan Colic
(Type O Negative, Symphony X, Hammerfall) in Belgrade, Serbia. Colic previously worked with the group on the "Memorial" video for "Finisterra".
" is scheduled for release in Europe on May 19 and in the U.S. on June 10 via SPV/Steamhammer. The follow-up to 2006's "Memorial
" was recorded at Antfarm studios in Denmark with producer Tue Madsen
(The Haunted, Dark Tranquillity, Halford).
There will be, at first, two editions of the record: A limited double digipack with different artwork, one bonus track ("Age of Mothers"), a different version of the song "Scorpion Flower
", the full album as well as a bonus DVD containing all video clips from "Memorial
" plus "Finisterra
" "making-of" footage and three live clips from last year's performance at the Wacken Open Air festival in Germany; plus the jewel case edition, to which the band hopes to add at least another bonus song.
" track listing:
At Tragic Heights
Moon In Mercury
Hers Is The Twilight
Dreamless (Lucifer And Lilith)
Spring Of Rage
Former The Gathering
and current Agua De Annique
vocalist Anneke van Giersbergen makes a guest appearance in the song "Scorpion Flower", singing a duet with Moonspell
frontman Fernando Ribeiro. All other female choirs were performed by the Crystal Mountain Singers, composed of Carmen Simes
(Ava Inferi), Sophia Vieira
(Cinemuerte) and Patrcia Andrade (ex-Volstad, now in The Vanity Chair). Niclas Etelvuori of Amorphis
played bass on the album, which features artwork by Seth Siro Anton
(Paradise Lost, Septic Flesh). Band photography was handled by Edgar Keats