Popular Bangladeshi progressive metal band Artcell has finally released their much-anticipated third album after 17 years on Thursday.
Primarily, the band has released the album exclusively on GAAN app, and revealed that the entire album will be available on Artcell and G-Series official YouTube channel, Spotify and other major streaming platforms from March 9.
Artcell fans can purchase the album through the app for Tk 300, and the album features six brand new songs of the band.
"OTRITIO" is a very special album for us, like many of our fans out there. After a long gap of 17 years, our third Studio Album is finally coming out on 23.02.23 (Early Access)," Artcell recently announced on its official Facebook page.
Marking the long-awaited album release, Artcell also announced an exclusive limited edition box set for their fans, featuring a number of goodies such as t-shirt, wristband, keyring, flag, poster, album booklet and more, alongside the album. "We really wanted to mark this occasion with something very special. That's why we produced the "Otritio Limited Edition Box Set"! If you're a collector you might want to buy one of these as soon as we've really made a very limited quantity of these boxes," Artcell recently announced on its Facebook page.
The current line-up of the band features George Lincoln D'Costa (vocals, guitars), Kazi Faisal Ahmed (lead guitar), Saef Al Nazi Cézanne (bass), Kazi Shazzadul Asheqeen Shaju (drums) and Iqbal Asif Jewel (lead guitar and music producer).
Artcelss's second studio album 'Oniket Prantor' was released in 2006. Since then, fans of the band across the home and beyond have been anticipating the third album.
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