Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length

Cóndor Newsletter #2: February 2014

Cóndor Newsletter #2: February 2014
February 01, 2014, 05:59:57 AM
DISCLAIMER: If you are receiving this e-mail you have been added to our mailing list, probably because you have collaborated with us in the past. If you wish to be removed from this mailing list please let us know and we will diligently oblige. For the sake of convenience this newsletter will be issued in English. Without further ado:

-Over the past few months we have been lucky enough to obtain positive coverage from a few notable metal websites. We are particularly proud to have been named amongst the best albums of 2013 by deathmetal.org! Thanks to all who have supported us!

-In the paper world, the band has been featured on the newest issue of Chilean zine “Omega Dead Letter,” and is scheduled to appear in the 4th installment of the American “Codex Obscurum” zine. Many thanks to these publications for their support!

-At the moment we are looking for promoters in North America, the Southernmost part of our own continent, and, perhaps most critically thanks to ridiculous shipping prices, Europe. Any possible contacts or help on this front would be enormously appreciated.


-As of now demos for the new album are nearly finished. We will enter the studio in late July and album #2 will be released in January 2015. Promos will probably be issued around November. Further information is forthcoming.

-A few hometown shows are currently being scheduled for the summer season, alongside local crossover legends Personal Device (formerly Unheilbar) and other great bands. Further information is forthcoming.

-The band is available for interviews and press in Spanish, English and French. If you are interested, or know someone who would be interested, in a promotional copy of the album, please contact us.

Things have been going a lot better for the band and the album than we ever could have expected, and the support all of you have given us is largely to thank for that.

Cóndor hails you!