HEATHEN FORAY: 'The Passage' Artwork Unveiled
The cover artwork for "The Passage", the upcoming full-length debut from the Austrian "melodic pagan metal" band HEATHEN FORAY, can be viewed below. The CD is scheduled for release on April 24 via the German label Black Bards Entertainment.
According to the band's official bio, "the musical style of HEATHEN FORAY is hard to define. Some people say they play Viking metal with strong power metal influence. Others say that they play melodic death metal with folk influences. We confess…we don't know it ourselves. But one thing is sure: The style of HEATHEN FORAY lies somewhere between those extremes!"
A new song, "Fading Tree", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
HEATHEN FORAY is:
Robert Schroll - Vocals
Jürgen Brüder - Guitars
Bernd Zahn - Guitars
Markus Wildinger - Bass
C. Michael Hofbauer - Drums
For more information, visit www.heathenforay.com.
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