KERION To Release 'CloudRiders Part 1: Road To Skycity' In September
French female-fronted symphonic metallers KERION will release their new concept album, "CloudRiders Part 1: Road To Skycity", on September 25 via Metalodic Records. The CD will feature guest appearances by CARAVELLUS' Raphael Dantas, FAIRYLAND's Phil Giordana and SILENT FALL's Adrien Eyraud. Also featured on the album is the 40-person Rimiez Choir.
"CloudRiders Part 1: Road To Skycity" was produced by Will Lievin (HAMKA). The artwork for the album was created by Genzo (World Of Warcraft) and contains characters and scenes of the story.
"CloudRiders Part 1: Road To Skycity" track listing:
01. Rider's Theme (intro)
02. The Map
03. Everlasting Flight
04. Bounty Hunter
05. The Sky Is My Ocean
07. Tribal Vibes
08. Never More
09. Celticia's Song
10. Ghost Society
11. The Fall Of Skycity Pt. 1
12. The Fall Of Skycity Pt. 2
13. Rider's Theme (outro)
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