Veteran Arizona metallers FLOTSAM AND JETSAM will release their new album, "The End Of Chaos", on November 9 via AFM Records.
Says FLOTSAM AND JETSAM vocalist Eric "A.K." Knutson: "Are you ready for this? I don't think you are. You'll have to pull up your big girl pants and prepare yourself."
The cover artwork for "The End Of Chaos" can be seen below.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM recently officially welcomed Ken Mary (ALICE COOPER, ACCEPT) as the band's permanent drummer. Mary began touring with the group last year after Jason Bittner was invited to join OVERKILL.
"It's always awesome to play with the mighty FLOTSAM AND JETSAM," Mary said. "The music is super-challenging and at the same time a great deal of fun to play. With such great musicians in the band that are also great guys, it's going to be a blast!"
"We're excited to announce that Ken will be our new drummer," added the band. "Ken has already tracked all the drums for our upcoming album slated for release later this year, and we're all looking forward to the fans experiencing a new chapter in the history of FLOTSAM AND JETSAM."
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM is currently touring North America alongside Swedish power metal veterans HAMMERFALL.
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