ARTIZAN: New Song Available For Streaming

"The Death Of Me", a brand new song from melodic power metallers ARTIZAN, can be streamed below. According to a press release, the track "showcases all of the elements ARTIZAN established on their first album, 'Curse Of The Artizan'." Fantasy artist Marc Sasso created artwork for the "The Death Of Me" single which displays the Artizan character with Sasso’s unique conception of the Grim Reaper.

"The Death Of Me" comes off ARTIZAN's sophomore album, "Ancestral Energy", which was recorded at Morrisound Studios in Tampa, Florida with legendary metal producer Jim Morris. Ex-ICED EARTH singer Matt Barlow makes a very special guest appearance on the CD's title track.

"Ancestral Energy" is scheduled for an April 2013 release through Pure Steel Records.

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