BLITZKRIEG Announce New Album Title, Release Date
Legendary NWOBHM outfit BLITZKRIEG have announced that work on the follow-up to 2002's "Absolute Power" has now been completed and the CD is currently being mixed and mastered ready for a July 4 release via Metal Nation Records.
Entitled "Sins and Greed", the new album features bass player Paul Brewis, who replaced Andy Galloway in early 2004. In addition, the CD marks Ken Johnson's first studio album following his performance on "Absolutely Live".
Recorded at Trinity Heights Studios in Newcastle Upon Tyne (U.K.), "Sins and Greed" features the following track listing:
01. Hell Express
02. Excessive Force
03. Standing Still
05. Traitors Gate
06. Escape From The Village
07. Eyes Of The World
08. Calm Waters
09. Desolation Angel
10. Silent Scream
11. Jeckyl & Hyde
12. Hell Bent For Leather (JUDAS PRIEST cover)
BLITZKRIEG have confirmed a warm-up show as guest headliners on the DELIVERANCE / HUMANITY tour at Fibbers in York (U.K.) on May 15. This will be followed by dates in Europe and the U.S. later in the year. More information will be made available soon.
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