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 Friday, Feb 8, 2002

Lost Horizon Working on New Material
 posted 11:09:25 AM by deathbringer. (thanks Digitalmetal)

Sweden's reigning kings of power metal Lost Horizon are presently working on their as-yet-untitled follow-up to last year's amazing Awakening the World.

"Lost Horizon is currently writing material for a second album," said guitarist and songwriter Wojtek Lisicki to DigitalMetal. "The music will have the same windy true metal feel like the debut, with immense passion and melody. It will take the characteristic Lost Horizon sound even further."

"We are going toward more theatrical mode though," Lisicki continued to explain. "And there will definitely be much more "free space" on the next album, which will let the listener take a breath sometimes during the listening. Generally the album will be a bit slower, bearing the fact in mind that the first album is a pure hurricane!"

Read the full article at Digitalmetal.

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