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Fairyland’s Phil Giordana issues statement about health and new album

Posted in News with tags , , , , on 13th March 2014 by Nico Solheim-Davidson, the North Sea Poet

Phil Giordana, the mastermind behind French symphonic metal act Fairyland, recently issued a statement regarding his health and a new Fairyland album following numerous emails from fans over the last few years in regards to a new album. 2009 saw the last Fairyland release, Score to a New Beginning, which stemmed from the genius of Fairyland’s mainman Phil Giordana. Since 2009 things have been fairly quiet over at Fairyland’s HQ. Phil’s statement reads as follows:

Dear all (fans, non-fans, newcomers, that guy in accounting).

It  is no secret that I have been struggling with health problems since  2010/2011. I have vestibular degeneration, a condition that more often  than not leaves me bed-ridden. Nausea, vertigos, vomiting, this is all  part of my life now. It has also taken its toll on my  composition/song-writing abilities. Hard to create new songs when life  gives you the metaphorical finger.

Anyroad,  I have five new songs ready for the next fairyland album. One of those  will be recorded soon with full capacity production (ie: what the album  will likely sound like). I’m still having second thoughts about who will  be singing on that one song, but all in all it’s gonna be great! Just  hang in there, and a new Fairyland album will come up soon enough.

I  would really like to thank all the people who have given me support  these past few years, be it my label (Napalm), my friends and family, or  fans of the band. You’re all the reasons I need to carry on.

Phil Giordana

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