Friday, April 01, 2016


News: Huis New Studio Album Neither In Heaven Out In May

Canadian band Huis announce second studio album.

Canadian band Huis will release its second studio album, Neither In Heaven, on May 1st, 2016 through Unicorn Digital. The follow-up to 2014's Despite Guardian Angels was produced by Huis bassist and songwriter Michel Joncas, with mixing duties provided by Guitarist songwriter Michel St-Pere (also from the band Mystery) at Studio Illusion 4, and mastering handled by Richard Addison at Trillium Sound in Montreal.

Neither In Heaven features Singer songwriter Sylvain Descoteaux, Drummer songwriter William Regnier, Guitarist songwriter Michel St-Pere and Bassist songwriter and band founder Michel Joncas. All four Huis members also provided keyboard tracks for this second release. The band is also joined on the album by guest musicians: Gerben Klazinga (Knight Area) on keyboards, Nathan Vanheuverzwijn on piano, Johnny Maz on keyboards, Benoit Dupuis on keyboards and Johanne Laplante on flute.

1. Neither In Heaven
2. Synesthesia
3. Insane
4. Even Angels Sometimes Fall
5. Entering The Gallery
6. The Man On The Hill
7. The Red Gypsy
8. Memories
9. I Held
10. Nor On Earth

The 2014’s debut album Despite Guardian Angels has been well received by the Prog rock community and received great reviews becoming one of the bestselling debut album on Unicorn Digital. On Neither In Heaven all the band members were involved in the creative process of this 68-minute concept album.

Neither In Heaven will be released worldwide on the Canadian record label Unicorn Digital on April the 15th 2016 on iTunes and all the best digital platform and May the 1st in all the best progressive rock record stores.

Watch a teaser for the new album below:

Pre-sale is already available on the band's website RIGHT HERE.

Source: Press Release

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