Swedish metallers PREY will release a new digital single, "Heal Me", on April 20 via GMR Music. The track will be premiered on the PREY Facebook and MySpace pages and various radio stations on Monday, April 18.
The "Heal Me" artwork was created by acclaimed cover artist Monowasp, who has previously worked with TNT, HOUSE OF LORDS and OVERDRIVE, among others.
"Heal Me" comes off PREY's forthcoming album, "Seven Deadly Sins", which will be released later in the year.
PREYs' sophomore album, "Knights of the Revolution", came out in May 2009 through GMR Music.
The band's debut CD, "The Hunter", was released in September 2005 via Mausoleum Records. Sitting behind the kit during the recording sessions for the album was drummer Patrick Johansson (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, W.A.S.P., STORMWIND). He was subsequently replaced by Robert Bäck.
Thomas Nystroem - Guitar and Vocals
Peter Baecke - Bass
Robert Bäck - Drums
Fredrik Plahn - Keyboards
For more information, visit www.prey-nation.com.
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