DEMON HUNTER To Release Two New Albums, 'War' And 'Peace', In March

DEMON HUNTER To Release Two New Albums, 'War' And 'Peace', In March

Christian metal band DEMON HUNTER will release two new albums, "War" and "Peace", on March 1, 2019. The news comes just a couple of weeks after the group relaunched its fan community, "The Blessed Resistance."

"War" track listing:

01. Cut To Live
02. On My Side
03. Close Enough
04. Unbound
05. Grey Matter
06. The Negative
07. Ash
08. No Place For You Here
09. Leave Me Alone
10. Lesser Gods

"Peace" track listing:

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01. More Than Bones
02. I Don't Believe You
03. Loneliness
04. Peace
05. When The Devil Come
06. Time Only Takes
07. Two Ways
08. Rescue Myself
09. Bet My Life
10. Fear Is Not My Guide

DEMON HUNTER formed in Seattle in 2001. The lineup features singer Ryan Clark alongside co-founder Jonathan Dunn (bass), drummer Tim "Yogi" Watts (drums, since 2004), lead guitarist Patrick Judge (since 2008) and guitarist Jeremiah Scott (since 2011). Clark remains the primary songwriter, with increasing contributions from Judge.

DEMON HUNTER's dedicated supporters wear the group's symbol and lyrics on their shirts, vests, backpacks, and in many cases, on their skin. Based in both Seattle and Nashville, the group embraces brazenly transcendent melodies, without apology, while maintaining a defiant heaviness reminiscent of the most timeless of metal.

A regular attraction at festivals, in theaters, and clubs, DEMON HUNTER has visited Europe, Australia, and South America, while touring North America several times. They were a headlining act on "Scream The Prayer", co-headlined with the band RED, played as direct support to IN FLAMES and introduced their fans to bands like AUGUST BURNS RED and HASTE THE DAY, whom they took on tour with them early in their career.

WAR. PEACE. TWO brand new Demon Hunter albums. March 01. PREORDER NOW merchconnectioninc.com/collections/demon-hunter. Blessed Resistance members receive 10% off. BlessedResistance.com

Posted by Demon Hunter on Monday, December 3, 2018

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