Promising to be one of the most ambitious projects in metal history, BLIND GUARDIAN's upcoming release will be well worth the wait. The idea of recording an orchestral album originally formed in the minds of the two leading lights of the BLIND GUARDIAN universe - guitarist André Olbrich and singer Hansi Kürsch - during the 1990's when BLIND GUARDIAN started to use orchestral elements to enhance their opulent sound. The monumental project started to take shape over recent years, and mirroring its epic sound cascades, the lyrical concept was developed. To create the concept, André and Hansi worked alongside German bestselling author Markus Heitz, whose latest novel »Die dunklen Lande« was released on March 1st, 2019. The book is set in 1629 and contains the prequel to BLIND GUARDIAN TWILIGHT ORCHESTRA's opus »Legacy Of The Dark Lands,« which will be out on November 8th, 2019. Today, the band unveil the third album trailer, unveiling more details about the recording process. Watch the clip here: Hansi states, "Witness this five minutes plus composition of vocal recording mayhem. These takes were filmed during the last weeks and months of the production of "Legacy of the Dark Lands“. After more or less 20 years of composing, arranging and pre-producing, we finally started singing somewhere in the end of 2017. I knew, it would take some time, but it was a „little“ more time than expected when I finished the recordings in December 2018. Enjoy some almost brillant and some not so brillant performances of this seemingly never-ending adventure. What can I say? Now, looking back after all the toil, I can confirm it was a lot of fun. Of course." Pre-order »Legacy Of The Dark Lands« here: Pre-order digitally to receive 'Point Of No Return' and 'This Storm' instantly (via amazon and iTunes only!) or pre-save the album now via Spotify, Apple Music & Deezer: Listen to 'Point Of No Return' in the NB New Releases Playlists: /