STRIKER To Release Full-Length Debut In April
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada's STRIKER will release its debut album, "Eyes In The Night", via Iron Kodex Records at this year's Keep It True XIII festival, set to take place April 23-24, 2010 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany. The band will then hit the road on both sides of the Atlantic, playing shows in countries such as Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Spain and Canada.
"Eyes In The Night" track listing:
01. Full Speed Or No Speed
02. Eyes In The Night
03. We Don't Play By The Rules
04. Never Ending Nights
05. The White Knight
06. Voice Of Rock
07. Ice Cold
09. Believe In Me
10. Hang On (To Your Life)
STRIKER's "Road Warrior" EP was released in 2009 through Iron Kodex Records.
Dan Cleary - Lead Vocals
Chris Segger - Lead Guitar
Ian Sandercock - Lead Guitar
Dave Arnold - Lead Bass
Magnus Burdeniuk - Lead Drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/listentostriker.
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