The Swedish melodic metal band Audiovision will release their second album “Focus” in Europe and North America on April 23rd through Ulterium Records. The album was produced and mixed by Erik Mårtensson [W.E.T., Eclipse] and mastered by Micke Lind [DIO, Candlemass, Talisman].

“Focus” is a high quality melodic metal release influenced by bands like Whitesnake, DIO, Rainbow, Europe, Gotthard and Stryper, and fans of the genre won’t be disappointed!

“Focus” track listing:
01. Invitation
02. Keep the fire burning
03. We are not alone
04. The son will come
05. You are the reason
06. Fruit of love
07. We will go
08. I will belong to you
09. The way
10. The gate
11. Focus

The official release party for “Focus” will be held at The Cave Rock Club in Sundbyberg, Sweden on April 24th together with the bands House of Shakira and Mercury Fang.

Head over to the bands official myspace profile to check out the entire opening track “Invitation” as well as some samples from the album:
www.myspace.com/audiovisionsweden

“Focus” artwork: www.ulterium-records.com/promo/audiovision_artwork.jpg
Audiovision band photo: www.ulterium-records.com/promo/audiovision_band.jpg

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