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On Monday Trees Of Eternity Stream First New Song Since Aleah's death was a top story. Here is the recap: Trees Of Eternity have revealed a new track called "Broken Mirror", which is their first new song since the tragic death of vocalist Aleah Stanbridge, who died from cancer back in April.

The song comes from the forthcoming album, "Hour Of The Nightingale", which is set to be released on November 11th and also features Fredrik Norrman and Mattias Norrman (ex-Katatonia/October Tide) and Kai Hahto (Wintersun, Swallow the Sun). Check out the lyric video for the new track here.

Juha Raivio had the following to say about the new track, "Today is the day we can start to celebrate the music, lyrics and life of our beautiful Queen who so tragically and suddenly crossed the bridge of stars and left this world so young and so soon... So with tears in my eyes but my heart pounding with a proud, victorious beat I can finally tell you that our long awaited album 'Hour of the Nightingale' will be released worldwide on November 11th through Svart Records and pre-orders start August 29th.

"Here is the first single from the album, 'Broken Mirror', with a beautiful and very touching lyric video Vesa Ranta made for the song. There really are no words to describe the ultimate weight of the darkness, or the rays of the brightest of light that this album holds within its songs and lyrics. In so many ways this album turned out to be the most important album I've done in my life, and we both loved it from the first note to the last as we wrote it." - Read more here.


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