PROFUGUS MORTIS: 'Another Round' Track Listing Revealed
Montreal-based sympho/black/folk/power metal band PROFUGUS MORTIS will release a new six-song EP entitled "Another Round" on November 25 via Prodisk.
According to a press release, "Another Round" features "the most epic and folk-inspired PROFUGUS MORTIS material to date. The new CD is expected to outsell the band's debut, '…So It Begins', which sold 2,000 copies in Canada alone."
"Another Round" track listing:
01. This Round's On Me
03. In Time
04. Scarlet To Snow
05. I Demon
06. The Sword
A 2007 demo version of the song "In Time" can be streamed on the group's MySpace page.
Pre-orders for "Another Round", the new exclusive (limited) T-shirt design and special packages will start later this month.
"Another Round" will be available Canada-wide via Fusion 3/EMI.
A three-minute video clip featuring footage from some of the early writing sessions for the next PROFUGUS MORTIS album can be viewed below.
PROFUGUS MORTIS recently parted ways with violinist Émilie Livernois.
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