PRAYING MANTIS: The Journey Goes On
Legendary NWOBHM act PRAYING MANTIS have finalized the track listing for their new album, "The Journey Goes On", due in late April through Frontiers Records. It is as follows:
02. The Escape
03. The Journey Goes On
04. Silent War
05. Beat Within
06. Hold On For Love
07. If Tomorrow Never Comes
08. Lost World
09. The Voice
The lineup on the album includes as permanent members brothers Chris Troy (on bass, lead and background vocals and keyboards), Dennis Stratton (ex-IRON MAIDEN, on guitars, lead and background vocals), and Tino Troy (on guitars, lead and background vocals and keyboards), with special guests John Sloman (ex-LONE STAR, GARY MOORE) and Doogie White (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ex-RAINBOW) on vocals and Martin Johnson on drums. "The album sounds definitely more melodic than before," says Troy. "We really think this could be our most successful release ever! We have also gained a lot with our decision to use different singers as we have added more variety and depth to the songwriting."
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