THE SWORD Announce 'Winter's Wolves' Free Download At AOL MUSIC
THE SWORD have announced an AOL Music "Free Download", previewing the first single, "Winter's Wolves", from their highly anticipated debut album, "Age of Winters". The dynamic hard rock quartet will issue "Age of Winters" on February 14 via Kemado Records.
AOL Music has a monthly audience of more than 17,000,000.
The "Winters Wolves" AOL "Free Download" will enable AOL Music listeners to hear THE SWORD's roll-out single more than a week in advance of the album's release. "Winters Wolves" will be available for 30 days beginning Friday, February 3 at the AOL Music free download location.
THE SWORD launched a U.S. tour in support of "Age of Winters" to a sold-out crowd at the Khyber in Philadelphia, PA last evening. The six-week jaunt also includes PRIESTESS and EARLY MAN and is scheduled to run through March 11 in Hoboken, NJ with additional dates pending.
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