Newly reunited metal band EIGHTEEN VISIONS has just signed with Rise Records and has released a video for the new song "Oath".
Ten years after breaking up, EIGHTEEN VISIONS will release its new album, "XVIII", on June 2. The band has also announced that it will perform its first show in ten years on June 2 at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California to celebrate the release of the record.
EIGHTEEN VISIONS is an American metal band from Orange County, California formed in 1995. In their tens years as a band, they released five albums. Their last, self-titled album was released back in 2006. The band's flashy image, presence, and their flair set them apart from the rest of the metal core pack.
"XVIII" track listing:
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01. Crucified 02. The Disease, The Decline, The Wasted Time 03. Underneath My Gun 04. Live Again 05. Laid To Waste In The Shit Of Man 06. Oath 07. Spit 08. Picture Perfect 09. Fake Leather Jacket 10. For This I Sacrifice
EIGHTEEN VISIONS has confirmed that the track "Live Again" is a tribute to the late Mick Morris, the band's former bassist who tragically passed away on June 3, 2013 due to a pre-existing heart condition.
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