ULTIMATUM To Release 'Lex Metalis' In July

Long-running Christian metallers ULTIMATUM will release their fifth full-length album, "Lex Metalis" (which roughly translates to "The Law of Metal") on July 21 via Retroactive Records (through Brutal Planet distribution). The CD will feature 13 songs paying tribute to some of the band's influences:

01. Ton Of Bricks (METAL CHURCH)
02. Locked In Chains (THE MOSHKETEERS)
03. Sin After Sin (TWISTED SISTER)
04. Creeping Death (METALLICA)
05. Denim And Leather (SAXON)
06. Gut Wrench (MORTIFICATION)
07. Motopsycho (MEGADETH)
08. Metal Health (QUIET RIOT)
09. Steeler (JUDAS PRIEST)
10. Iron Fist (MOTÖRHEAD)
11. Can't Get Out (VENGEANCE RISING)
12. Wrathchild (IRON MAIDEN)
13. Powersurge (OVERKILL)

"Lex Metalis" was recorded the album at Sight 16 Studios with producer Ysidro Garcia, who also helmed the band's 2007 release, "Into the Pit".

Video footage of ULTIMATUM performing a cover version of IRON MAIDEN's "Wrathchild" at the Up From The Ashes 2 Christian metal festival on September 2, 2006 at the Chapel of the Hills Sanctuary in Sunland, California can be viewe below.

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