SHOK PARIS And ETERNAL LEGACY: New Songs Available For Download

Auburn Records has posted exclusive free song downloads from Cleveland metallers SHOK PARIS and ETERNAL LEGACY on the label's official MySpace page.

"Take You Away", the new track by SHOK PARIS, will appear on the forthcoming "Décharge Électrique" album — the band's first new studio release in 21 years.

SHOK PARIS reunited in 2009 to perform at the Auburn Records 25th Anniversary Concert in Cleveland, Ohio on December 12, 2009.

ETERNAL LEGACY's "Cauterize" will appear on "Seeking No Peace" which is currently being recorded and mixed at the band's Mercinary Studios, with ETERNAL LEGACY guitarist/vocalist Jason Vanek handling the production duties.

Both albums are tentatively scheduled for release later this year via Auburn Records.

SHOK PARIS and ETERNAL LEGACY will tour Germany this summer, with individual stops at the sold-out Headbanger's Open Air and Wacken Open Air festivals and several club shows together.

SHOK PARIS will co-headline the first night of the Headbanger's Open Air festival with DESTRUCTION, set to take place July 29-31, 2010 in Brande-Hörnerkirchen, Germany. The band will also perform its classic 1984 "Go For The Throat" album in its entirety for the first time in Europe on August 2 at the MS Treue club in Bremen.

ETERNAL LEGACY will appear at the sold-out Wacken Open Air festival, set to take place August 5-7, 2010 in Wacken, Germany. The band will play the W.E.T./Headbangers Ballroom Stage on Friday, August 6 from 17.25 to 18.00.

Both bands will join forces to play a warm-up show in Cleveland, Ohio on July 24 at the Maple Grove. ALTERNATE REALITY will open. The show starts at 9:30 p.m. Admission is only $5.


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