Classic French heavy metal band Sortilège releases second single from re-recorded songs album

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The new formation of the classic French heavy metal band SPELL will release an album, “Phoenix”, August 27 via Very strings/Warner. The effort includes 12 re-recorded songs from the SPELL catalog plus two new tracks.

“Phoenix” was mixed by the band and Antoine Arconte and mastered by Ted jensen To Sterling Sound Studios.

A re-recorded version of the song “Besides”, taken from “Phoenix”, can be broadcast below.

SPELLthe current lineup of only includes the singer Christian “Zouille” Augustin of the classical formation of the group.

Formed in 1981, SPELL released an eponymous EP in 1983 and followed it with an incredible debut album, “Metamorphose”, one year later. Both versions quickly gained cult status and are now known as one of the most important, if not the the most important – the discharges of heavy metals from France.

Even if SPELLThe original albums all featured lyrics in French (like virtually all French metal albums in the 1980s), English versions of the band’s two albums (“Metamorphose” and the years 1986 “Hero’s Tears”) have also been made available.

SPELL was one of DEATH leader Chuck schuldinerfavorite bands of, and he proudly wore his SPELL t-shirt at various concerts before his untimely death in 2001.

SPELL 2021 is:

Christian “Zouille” Augustin – Voice

Olivier Spitzer – guitar

Bruno Ramos – guitar

Sebastien Bonnet (ZUUL FX) – Bass

Clement Rouxel (ZUUL FX) – Drums

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjDvG8jLDuY

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