PREY: 'Knights Of The Revolution' Release Date Announced
Swedish metallers PREY will release their sophomore album, "Knights of the Revolution", on May 27 via GMR Music.
In other news, the band has scheduled the following dates:
May 15 - Dino's - Mariehamn, Åland, SWE
May 16 - Dino's - Mariehamn, Åland, SWE
May 29 - Arenan - Falun, SWE (Metal Mayhem Festival)
Thomas Nystroem - Guitar and Vocals
Peter Baecke - Bass
Robert Bäck - Drums
Fredrik Plahn - Keyboards
PREY released its debut album, "The Hunter", in September 2005 via Mausoleum Records. Production duties on the effort were handled by Anders "Theo" Theander, who has previously worked with LAST TRIBE, PAIN OF SALVATION, CLOUDSCAPE and COURAGEOUS, among others. Sitting behind the kit during the recording sessions for "The Hunter" was drummer Patrick Johansson (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, W.A.S.P., STORMWIND). He was subsequently replaced by Robert Bäck.
For more information, visit www.prey-nation.com.
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