Listen To Title Track Of SERENITY's 'Lionheart' Album

Listen To Title Track Of SERENITY's 'Lionheart' Album

Austrian symphonic metal masters SERENITY will release a brand new full-length album, "Lionheart", on October 27 via Napalm. The disc was mixed and mastered by Jan Vacik at Dreamsound Studios. Gyula Havancsák at Hjules Design And Illustrations created the fantastic album artwork, which can be seen below.

The "Lionheart" title track can be streamed below.

The band states: "'Lionheart' — the title track of our upcoming album — is a fast, deep melodic metal song with a slightly celtic influence! it's about war, pain but also hope — and one of our favourite tracks! So let's fight like a lion!"

With a full grasp of stunning emotions and superior dramatic compositions these Austrian musicians are world class, already winners of the prestigious Amadeus Austrian Music Award 2017. Their energy and joy of playing those fantastic power symphonic metal hymns can't be tamed. Heroic and heartfelt — it's almost impossible to not be carried away. Glorious melodies and the angelic voice of Georg Neuhauser join heavenly guitars and tremendous hooks! This is pure symphonic joy!

"Lionheart" track listing:

01. Deus Lo Vult
02. United
03. Lionheart
04. Hero
05. Rising High
06. Heaven
07. King's Landing
08. Eternal Victory
09. Stand And Fight
10. The Fortress (Of Blood And Sand)
11. Empire
12. My Fantasy
13. The Final Crusade

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