Magnus Rosén signs with Furia Music Records for the release of his solo album

Swedish bass player Magnus Rosén (ex-Hammerfall, currently on Brazilian metal band Shadowside) signed with Brazilian label Furia Music Records for the worldwide release of his new solo album “The World Changes”, to be released on the second half of 2016.

“The World Changes” is mostly instrumental and shows the versatility of the Swedish musician in an atmosphere outside Heavy Metal, genre that brought him worldwide success, a Swedish Grammy nomination and golden records. This new material brings the listeners to an erudite ambiance with the Nordic melancholy in a work filled with expression and sophistication. The songs are interpreted by a quartet of great names of the Swedish music such as George Keczán (Grand Piano), Johan Stengård (Saxophone), Carolina Sandgren (voice) besides Magnus Rosén himself (bass). The CD also brings special appearances from other renowned musicians that will be announced soon.

Check out the “The World Changes” album cover and track list below.

Track list:

Centuries of Memories
The bridge from the past to the future
Soul Essence
The World Changes
Celestial Port
Bach Badinerie
Ack Värmeland du sköna
The World Wide Blues
E Lucevan Le Stelle
The Castle of Imagination

Soon more information about the album and its release date will be announced. 

The musician, who recently has been on a promotional tour of his solo album in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka is currently recording the new Shadowside album. The album will feature the collaboration of Andy La Rocque (King Diamond) in the songwriting of 2 songs and in charge of the production is Fredrik Nordström (Arch Enemy, Evergrey, Bring me the Horizon, Hammerfall), the same producer of their latest album “Inner Monster Out”.

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