GAIA EPICUS To Release New Album In December
Norwegian power metallers GAIA EPICUS will release their new album, "Damnation", on December 8 via Epicus Records.
"Damnation" will feature guest appearances from the following musicians:
Roland Grapow (MASTERPLAN, ex-HELLOWEEN)
Dominique Leurquin (RHAPSODY OF FIRE, LUCA TURILLI'S DREAMQUEST)
Renato Tribuzy (TRIBUZY)
Andreas Olsson (NARNIA, DIVINEFIRE, ROB ROCK, STORMWIND)
Michael Troy (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN)
Jonas Hörnqvist (TREASURE LAND)
Lasse Jensen (OCEANS OF TIME)
Fabrizio S Muratori (NHORIZON)
The album's cover artwork (by J.P Fournier) can be viewed below.
"Damnation" projected track listing:
02. Masters of the Sea
04. The Wizard's Return (instrumental)
05. You are a Liar!
06. Cyborgs from Hell
07. The Saviour (Will Come)
08. A Hero in All
09. Salvation is Here
GAIA EPICUS recently posted video footage from the recording sessions for "Damnation". Watch the eight-minute clip below.
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