Singer MARK BOALS Featured On New ARTICAL Album

Greek power metal act ARTICAL has inked a deal with Pitch Black Records. The band's third album, "Illusion X", which features vocalist Mark Boals (YNGWIE J. MALMSTEEN, RING OF FIRE), will be released on November 12.

"Illusion X" is described in a press release as "an album full of power and melodic passages, complemented by symphonic elements with mind-blowing performances by musicians whose skills are undisputedly of the highest caliber."

Formed in 2002 by guitarist/drummer Mike Dimareli, ARTICAL has gradually refined its approach to a more mature and fresh sound that can only be described as powerful and immense yet very melodic.

"Illusion X" track listing:

01. Look In The Mirror
02. Chasing My Life
03. I Am So Different
04. Follow The Light
05. Wings Of Time
06. Run Like The Wind
07. Illusion X
08. Mother

ARTICAL is:

Mark Boals: Vocals
Mike Dimareli: Guitar, Drums
Chris Dimareli: Keyboards
Leo Petropoulos: Bass

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