TWILIGHT GUARDIANS: New Album Details Revealed

Finnish metallers TWILIGHT GUARDIANS have finished recording their fourth album, "Ghost Reborn", for a November 7 release via Spinefarm Records. "There will be 10 tracks of arse-kicking metal and our Japanese fellows will get one extra treat... classic song from a classic band," the group writes on its web site. "But it's a secret... you'll see!!"

"Ghost Reborn" track listing:

01. Glasschains
02. Rainbow's Gold
03. Wildbite
04. The Game
05. Bring It On
06. Walk This Line
07. The Weight
08. This Blood
09. Fallen Lamb
10. Out Of Our Hands

In other news, TWILIGHT GUARDIANS has released a video for its cover of MADONNA's "La Isla Bonita", which appears on the group's 2006 album "Sintrade". The clip was made by the band's "good friend and great musician" Ossi Manninen. Watch it below.

Released in January 2006, "Sintrade" was recorded at Studio Fantom and Sonic Pump studios and was mixed by Mikko Karmila at Finnvox studios.


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