NECROMANCE To Release 'Never Look Back' In March
Pennsylvania-based traditional/power metal band NECROMANCE will release its new album, "Never Look Back", in late March.
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Never Look Back (5:44)
02. Stand Up and Fight (3:53)
03. Necromance (2:06)
04. The End of Our Days (3:23)
05. Breaking the Chains (6:41)
06. Destiny Calls (8:35)
07. Remember (acoustic) (4:54)
NECROMANCE guitarist Jeff Teets commented: "We put a lot of hard work into this and I'm really happy with the results. This was supposed to be a smaller project than it wound up being. I wasn't counting on having 50-odd tracks on 'Destiny Calls'. We had our share of frustration and difficulties, but they were well worth it and I'm really anxious to get this out there. I think people are going to be very surprised with how well it came out."
The band's previous release, a self-titled demo, came out in December 2005. Since that CD, the band's lineup has changed considerably, and guitarist Jeff Teets handled all of the guitar work on the new CD.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/necromancetheband.
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