Ulterium Records are very proud to announce the signing of the Swedish melodic metal band AUDIOVISION to the label. The bands new album “Focus” will be released later this spring, release dates and more information will be announced within the coming weeks.

The line-up of Audiovision:
Christian Liljegren [Divinefire, ex. Narnia] – Vocals Simeon Liljegren [Ex. Modest Attraction] – Bass & Vocals Torbjörn Weinesjö [Veni Domine] – Guitars & Vocals Thomas Weinesjö [Veni Domine, Saviour Machine] – Drums Olov Andersson [Grand Stand] – Keyboards & Vocals

Audiovision are also just confirmed as opening act for Stryper on three of their European shows, the dates are as follows:
January 26th: Markthalle – Hamburg, Germany
January 27th: Trädgårn – Gothenburg, Sweden
January 28th: KB – Malmö, Sweden

The two up-coming singles from “Focus”; “Invitation” and “Keep the fire burning” will be performed for the very first time at these shows.

For more information on Audiovision, visit their myspace profile:
www.myspace.com/audiovisionsweden

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