TRAGEDIAN Signs With ICEWARRIOR RECORDS

Hamburg, Germany-based melodic power speed metallers TRAGEDIAN will release their second studio album, "Decimation", this summer via IceWarrior Records. The CD was mixed and mastered by Uwe Lulis (REBELLION, GRAVE DIGGER, MAGIC KINGDOM). The cover artwork was designed by Uwe Jarling.

According to a press release, "mainman behind TRAGEDIAN is Gabriele Palermo, a gifted guitarist/bassist and songwriter, inspired by many classic metal/rock bands such as DIO, FIFTH ANGEL and '80s-era HOUSE OF LORDS."

Originally formed in 2002, TRAGEDIAN combines traditional metal with modern and progressive influences.

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Val Schieldon (ex-ORACLE SUN, SIGMA) - Vocals
Gabriele Palermo (ex-STORMWARRIOR) - Guitars
Dany All (FOGALORD, SYNTHPHONIA SUPREMA) - Keyboards
Steve Vawamas (ATHLANTIS, SHADOWS OF STEEL) - Bass
Max Polon - Drums

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