SIGNUM REGIS: New Song Available For Streaming
"Sirens Roar", a new track from SIGNUM REGIS — the metal band founded by Ronnie König (also mainman of Slovak heavy metal band VINDEX) and featuring legendary vocalist Göran Edman (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, JOHN NORUM, GLORY) — is available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the group's self-titled debut album, which was mastered by Tommy Hansen (HELLOWEEN) at Jailhouse Studios in Denmark.
The CD, which came out in Japan late last month, will be released in the U.S. on August 26 and in Europe on August 29 via Locomotive Records.
According to a press release, the group's music sounds like "a unique mixture of classical metal acts like HELLOWEEN, MALMSTEEN and RAINBOW but still having its own sound."
"Signum Regis" track listing:
01. Fields Of Stars
02. All Over The World
04. For Ever And A Day
05. Bright Days Of Glory
06. The Rain
07. Passionate Love
08. The Endless Road (bonus Japan)
09. Mountain Haze (instrumental)
10. Follow The Light
11. The Ten Thousand
12. Sirens Roar
Göran Edman - Lead And Backing Vocals
Ronnie König - Bass
Filip Koluš - Guitar
Ado Kaláber - Guitar
Ludek Struhar - Drums
Ján Tupý - Keyboards
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