HIGHLORD To Release 'The Death Of The Artists' In October

Italian power/progressive metal band HIGHLORD will release its new album, "The Death Of The Artists", in October via Scarlet Records. The Japanese version of the follow-up to "Instant Madness" will include two bonus tracks — a cover version of BILLY IDOL's "Rebel Yell" and a new version of "Zankokuna Tenshi No Te-ze", a song originally included in the renowned anime movie "Evangelion".

"The Death Of The Artists" track listing:

01. Simple Man
02. Every Thrash Of Me
03. Canticle Of The Flesh
04. It Takes Some Passion
05. The Death Of The Artists
06. Dance In A Flame
07. The Scream
08. Slave To Darkness
09. A Queen In My Pocket
10. Rebel Yell (BILLY IDOL cover) (bonus track)
11. Zankokuna Tenshi No Te-ze (bonus track)

"The Scream" stream (click on player below to launch audio):

For more information, visit www.highlord.it.


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