French metallers MYSTERY BLUE will release their seventh album, "Conquer The World", on December 21 via Road Show Productions. The CD was recorded, mixed and mastered by Uwe Lulis (GRAVE DIGGER, REBELLION) at Black Solaris Studios in Frankfurt, Germany. The artwork and booklet were created by Jobert Mello of Sledgehammer Graphix (SABATON, PRIMAL FEAR, THUNDERBOLT, BENEDICTUM). Andreas Babuschkin of PARAGON contributed special guest vocals to the song "Running With The Pack".
A rough studio version of "Running With The Pack" can be streamed below.
"Conquer The World" track listing:
01. Conquer The World 02. Innocent Crime 03. Running With The Pack 04. Evil Spell 05. Cruel Obession 06. Ticket To Hell 07. Keep On Dreaming 08. Road Of Despair 09. Behind Those Walls 10. Guardian Angel 11. Accroche-Toi À Tes Reves (bonus track)
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MYSTERY BLUE's current lineup includes female singer Nathalie Geyer, guitarist Frenzy Philippon, bassist Matt Gabnai and drummer Vince Koehler.
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