FALCHION To Release New Album In September

Finnish melodic heavy metal band FALCHION will release its new album, "Chronicles of the Death", on September 12 via Massacre Records. The CD was recorded at Adamantium Studios in Tampere and features nine tracks with a running time of around 47 minutes. The album was mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki.

"Chronicles of the Death" track listing:

01. Primitive Again
02. Chronicles of the Dead
03. Shadows in the Wasteland
04. Kingdom of Dust
05. Desert Breeze
06. Shades of Gray
07. Dying Dreams
08. Mayhem Machine
09. Evolution in Reverse

Audio samples from the album are available on the band's MySpace page.

Check out the cover artwork at StayMetal.net.


Juho Kauppinen - Guitar and Vocals
Miikka Tulimki - Guitar
Matti Johansson - Drums
Janne Kielinen - Bass


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