ULTIMATIUM: New Four-Song Promo Available For Free Download

Oulu, Finland-based power metal band ULTIMATIUM has made its new four-song promotional recording, "Hold Your Ground", available for free download at www.ultimatium.com. The effort was recorded and mixed during August 2010 - January 2011 and was mixed and produced by ULTIMATIUM.

"Hold Your Ground" track listing:

01. C'Est La Vie
02. Curtain Of Darkness
03. Hold Your Ground
04. Shine On

ULTIMATIUM last year parted ways with Mastervox Records because "musical differences and visions about [the] third album [from ULTIMATIUM] between artist and label were just too apart."


Tomi Viiltola - Vocals
Harri Niskanen - Guitar
Sauli Jauhiainen - Guitar
Matti Pulkkinen - Keys
Mikko Hepo-Oja - Bass
Toni Qvick - Drums

ULTIMATIUM's second album, "Hwainoo", was released in 2008 via Mastervox Records.

"C'Est la Vie" audio stream:

"Curtain of Darkness" audio stream:

"Hold Your Ground" audio stream:

"Shine On" audio stream:


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