THE CRIMSON ARMADA: New Song Posted Online
Westerville, Ohio's THE CRIMSON ARMADA has posted a new song, "The Serpent's Tongue", on the band's MySpace page. The track comes off the group's forthcoming album, due this summer via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at Foundation Studios in Cornersville, Indiana.
THE CRIMSON ARMADA is a group of five young metalheads who are about metal as much as they are having a good time and spreading a positive message.
Formed in early 2007, THE CRIMSON ARMADA came together to go beyond just playing metal by paying tribute to various forms of the heavy style, combining their diverse influences and their spiritual messages encrypted within the lyrics — something that fans who choose to look into the deeper meaning of the lyrics will find uplifting all whilst experiencing THE CRIMSON ARMADA's truly heavy style of playing.
THE CRIMSON ARMADA is:
Saud Ahmed - vocals/keyboards
Josh Jardim - guitar
Dan Hatfield - guitar
Chris Yates - bass/Vocals
David Puckett - drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thecrimsonarmada.
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