DESERT: New Song Featuring SABATON Singer Posted Online

Israeli dark power metal band DESERT has posted a new track, "Lament For Soldier's Glory", on the group's MySpace page. The song, which features a guest appearance by Joakim Broden, the lead singer of the Swedish band SABATON, comes off DESERT's upcoming debut album, "Star Of Delusive Hopes", which was recorded in June 2009 at Remaster Studio in Vicenza, Italy with producer Nick Savio (ex-guitarist for WHITE SKULL, also known for his work with acts like POWER QUEST, RAINTIME, CYBER CROSS and ELDRITCH, among others). The CD was mixed and mastered by Andy LaRocque of KING DIAMOND at his Sonic Train Studio in Varberg, Sweden.

"Star Of Delusive Hopes" track listing:

01. The Unsubdued
02. Massada Will Never Fall
03. Letter Of Marque
04. Victim Of The Light
05. Release Me
06. Soul Of A Wanderer
07. Whispers
08. Lament For Soldier's Glory (Order 227) (feat. Joakim Broden)
09. Star Of Delusive Hopes


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