Invisible Mirror have signed a deal with record label Wormholedeath for the worldwide release of their new album On The Edge Of Tomorrow. The group have supported both Blaze Bayley (ex Iron Maiden) and Six Feet Under and combines strong melodies with a strong progressive sound.
Ricky Bonazza bassist and vocalist stated in the press release: “It‘s been a hell of a ride! We really took all the time necessary to work out every detail on the album, to make it sound just the way it‘s supposed to. It wasn’t always easy but when I‘m listening to it now, it‘s exactly how we have envisioned it and beyond. We‘re really proud of the result. I think it‘s a very versatile album, very musical, almost like a journey because we combine so many different music elements. Our goal was to keep everything natural and organic, there‘s this rawness that makes the record breathe and that‘s also how it was mixed. There are literately no drum samples, triggers or anything like that, all real sounds, all natural. The way we’ve recorded it makes it sound very dynamic and also adds a certain live feel to it. Kind of a modern/vintage record. Our motto in the studio was “feeling and emotions“. I think we have accomplished that.”
On The Edge Of Tomorrow was produced by Connie Adreska (former Mystic Prophecy) and Dani Löble (Helloween).
The digital release date for Invisible Mirror’s On The Edge Of Tomorrow is 20th January 2017 via Wormholedeath/The Orchard with America’s date scheduled for 17th February 2017 via Wormholedeath USA. The European and Japanese release dates TBA.
The band released their new video Life Of A Stranger from the new album which can be viewed below