DOOMSWORD To Release 'The Eternal Battle' Next Month
Italian epic metal veterans DOOMSWORD will release their fifth album, "The Eternal Battle", on February 25 via Dragonheart Records. The CD was recorded by Davide Colombo at Diana Studio in Varese, Italy.
In other news, Christian "Nidhoggr" Grillo (FURY N GRACE, GJALLARHORN) will handle the bass duties for DOOMSWORD following Geilt's departure last year. The band's first live show with the new lineup will take place at the Hammer Of Doom festival in October 2011 in Würzburg, Germany.
DOOMSWORD's fourth album, "My Name Will Live On", came out in 2007 via Dragonheart. The follow-up to 2003's "Let Battle Commence" was recorded at Conquest Studio.
According to the band's official bio, DOOMSWORD is "one of the few bands firmly rooted in the sound of '80s heavy metal while being able to create something new for the next era in metal."
For more information, visit www.doomsword.it.
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