"A Dark Prison", the new video from Italian metallers KALEDON, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Goffredo Passi and features a guest appearance by Italian vocalist Fabio Lione (VISION DIVINE, RHAPSODY OF FIRE, KAMELOT, ANGRA).
"A Dark Prison" is taken from KALEDON's latest album, "Altor: The King's Blacksmith", which was released on April 23 via Scarlet Records. The CD was recorded at Outer Sound Studio in Rome, Italy by Giuseppe Orlando (NOVEMBRE) and it features a guest appearance by Italian vocalist Fabio Lione (VISION DIVINE, RHAPSODY OF FIRE, KAMELOT).
"Altor: The King's Blacksmith" track listing:
03. Between The Hammer And The Anvil
04. My Personal Hero
06. A New Beginning
08. Screams In The Wind
09. A Dark Prison (feat. Fabio Lione)
KALEDON recently announced the addition of keyboardist Paolo Campitelli to the group's ranks.
The band's best-of album, "Mightiest Hits", was released in January via Scarlet Records.
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