U.S. melodic power metallers ARTIZAN have released the third in a series of "studio clips" (see below) which they plan to unveil before the release of their new album.
ARTIZAN recently finished recording its first CD with legendary producer Jim Morris (ICED EARTH, DEATH, CANNIBAL CORPSE, JAG PANZER). The cover artwork was created by fantasy artist Marc Sasso. An early 2011 release via Germany's Pure Steel Records is expected.
A new ARTIZAN song, "The Man In Black", is available for streaming on the band's Facebook page.
ARTIZAN, hailing from Jacksonville, Florida, was formed by original members of the acclaimed Century Media recording artist LEVIATHAN, and released its self-titled debut EP in late 2009. With a strong resemblance to such great bands as IRON MAIDEN, QUEENSRŸCHE, FATES WARNING and CRIMSON GLORY, ARTIZAN is undoubtedly one of the best exponents of what classic heavy metal is all about.
Tom Braden - Vocals
Ty Tammeus - Drums
Shamus McConney - Rhythm Guitar
Hermanus J. Rombouts - Rhythm & Lead Guitar
Jonathan Jennings Jr. - Bass
For more information, visit www.artizanmetal.com.
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