SEAR BLISS Trombone Player To Guest On New SIGH Album
December 10, 2008, 10 years ago
Zoltán Pál, trombone player of the Hungarian black metal band SEAR BLISS will appear as a guest musician on Japanese experimental black metallers SIGH's next album.
Comments Zoltán Pál: "When Sigh announced that they were looking for brass players for their upcoming album, I decided to send them an e-mail. I liked their latest record, Hangman's Hymn, so I wanted to take part in their next album. The head of Sigh, Mirai replied my mail within a few minutes. I was very pleased that he knew Sear Bliss and was aware of what we do. He sent me the score for the songs, and a few weeks later I recorded them in my hometown. I can assure everyone who liked Sigh's music that they managed to take a step even further. It's going to be a masterpiece."
Sigh's eighth album - entitled Scenes from Hell - will be released in 2009 via The End Records. Sear Bliss are currently working on their upcoming DVD release. They recorded their 15th anniversary gig in Budapest at the end of November. The DVD will be released in 2009 via Vic Records.