PHARAOH Preparing For 'The Longest Night'
PHARAOH, the Pennsylvania-based four-piece featuring veteran vocal powerhouse Tim Aymar, best known for his work with Chuck Schuldiner's CONTROL DENIED, are nearing the completion of their second full-length album at MCR Studio. Entitled "The Longest Night", the follow-up to 2003's "After the Fire" is said to take the band's traditional metal sound in a more sophisticated direction. Due in early autumn via Italy's Cruz del Sur Music, "The Longest Night" will also feature dazzling artwork by Jean-Pascal Fournier (IMMORTAL, EDGUY) and a promised special guest guitarist whose name has yet to be announced. "The Longest Night" is being jointly produced by Matt Crooks (TWISTED TOWER DIRE, DIVISION) and PHARAOH guitarist Matt Johnsen.
"The Longest Night" track listing:
02. I am the Hammer
03. Violet Fire
04. By the Night Sky
05. Kill the Dreamer
06. The Longest Night
08. Time Goes By
10. Never Run
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