Italian power metallers KALEDON have recruited bassist Andrea Arcangeli from DGM to join them for their appearance at the Headbangers Open Air festival, set to take place July 12-14 in Brande-Hörnerkirchen, Germany. Arcangeli will fill in for regular KALEDON bassist Paolo "The Animal" Lezziroli, who will be unable to play the show due to his upcoming wedding (on June 30).

KALEDON's latest album, "Chapter 4: Twilight of the Gods", was released in Europe in December via Hellion Records. An MP3 of the track "Clash of the Titans" has been made available for download at this location.

KALEDON's first three full-length albums are now available in the United States through Mythic Silence Records.

KALEDON has been making noise in the Italian metal scene since the late 1990s. The band have released three full length albums of what will eventually be a six-part epic entitled "Legend of the Forgotten Reign".


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