POWER QUEST, the renowned melodic power metal band based in the U.K., has released the official music video for the song "Lords Of Tomorrow", the second single from its long-awaited sixth album, "Sixth Dimension". The disc will be released on October 13 via Inner Wound Recordings in Europe and USA and on October 11 in Japan via Marquee/Avalon.
"Sixth Dimension" was mastered by Jens Bogren (DRAGONFORCE, SYMPHONY X, ARCH ENEMY) and the artwork was created by Felipe Machado Franco (BLIND GUARDIAN, RHAPSODY OF FIRE, ICED EARTH). The album includes guest appearances by Anette Olzon (ex-NIGHTWISH), Andrea Martongelli (ARTHEMIS, ex-POWER QUEST) and Lars Rettkowitz (FREEDOM CALL).
"Sixth Dimension" track listing:
01. Lords Of Tomorrow 02. Starlight City 03. Kings And Glory 04. Face The Raven 05. No More Heroes 06. Revolution Fighters 07. Pray For The Day 08. Coming Home 09. The Sixth DimensionPOWER QUEST 2017 is:
Ashley Edison - Vocals Steve Williams - Keyboards Dan Owen - Guitar Gav Owen - Guitar Paul Finnie - Bass Rich Smith - Drums
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