7TH REIGN Announces New Album Title

7TH REIGN, the Canadian power metal band featuring former EIDOLON vocalist Brian Soulard, EIDOLON bassist Adrian Robichaud and guitarist Marios Panayiotis, has set "Fallen Empires" as the title of its sophomore album, tentatively due later in the year. The CD is currently in post-production, with the layout being done by graphic designer Hugues Laflamme.

According to a press release, "Fallen Empires" is "a stunning example of the roots of metal, mixed with classical orchestration and a theatrical sound. The theme of the album is based on the corruption of major corporations, the sin of mankind and the search for the truth in this confused and mislead world. For too long we have been the servants of the lost. It is time that the empires fall!"

7th REIGN will make its live debut on June 4 at the Kathedral in Toronto with HIBRIA.

7TH REIGN's current lineup:

Brian Soulard: Vocals
Marios Panayiotis: Guitars
Adrian Robichaud: Bass
Johnny Roberts: Drums
Jared Tomlinson: Keyboards

For more information, visit www.7threign.com.


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