THY MAJESTIE: New Song Posted Online

A new THY MAJESTIE song entitled "Day of the Changes" has been made available for streaming on the group's MySpace page. The track comes off the Italian "symphonic power epic" metal band's fourth album, "Dawn", due on September 1 via Dark Balance Records).

"Dawn" (cover artwork)

Chapter One: Trapasso - Exequies of the Formal Sphere

01. As You Fall
02. M.A.D.
03. Dawn
04. The Hunt

Chapter Two: Rovina - The Neverending Night

05. The Legacy Suite
a. Of Pain and Disgrace
b. To an Endless Devotion
c. Inferis Armata
d. Two Minutes Hate
e. The Legacy
06. Out The Edge

Chapter Three: Vendetta - A New Dawn

07. Day of the Changes
08. Through Heat and Fire

The band previously stated about the upcoming CD, "We think (and we don't say that only because it's the usual to say these things after a new album) that this is the best album THY MAJESTIE have ever recorded. Catchy melodies, amazing guitars and keyboards solos (thanks to the guitar hero Simone Campione and the virtuoso Valerio Castorino) and a great, stunning, unbelievable vocal performance by Dario Cascio."

THY MAJESTIE parted ways with vocalist Dario Grillo last year due to personal differences. "It was a mistake to believe that with Dario Grillo the things might have run easily," the band stated at the time. "We already got it four years ago when there was some communication problem. And so it was after a hard struggle to make his mind up about our gigs in Holland we decided to leave him with his troubles that may have thwarted the smooth running of our work. Good luck to Dario. This time we're sure we won't get any relationship anymore."

THY MAJESTIE's last album, "Jean D'Arc", was released in 2005 via Scarlet Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Hastings 1066" was mastered at The Mastering Room in Sweden by Goran Finnberg.

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