FOREFATHER Finalize Track Listing For 'Ours Is The Kingdom'
England's FOREFATHER have finalized the track listing for their fourth album, "Ours Is The Kingdom", due this spring/summer through Holland's Karmageddon Media (formerly Hammerheart Records). It is as follows:
01. The Shield-Wall
02. Ours is the Kingdom
03. Proud to be Proud
04. The Golden Dragon
05. Smashed by Fate
06. The Sea-Kings
07. To The Mountains They Fled
08. The Folk That Time Forgot
09. Threads of Time
10. Keep Marching On
11. Rebel of the Marshlands & Wudugast
The FOREFATHER project was born in September 1997 in Surrey, England by founding members and brothers Athelstan (guitar, bass & keyboard) and Wulfstan (guitar, bass & vocals). The aim was to create powerful and epic metal tributes to their to their Anglo-Saxon ancestors, straight from the heart and of the highest quality. During the years FOREFATHER released three albums ("Deep Into Time", "The Fighting Man", "Engla Tocyme") on their own strength through their own record label, Angelisc Enterprises. Those CDs will be reissued through Karmageddon Media with bonus-tracks and remastered sound.
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