The reunited '80s metallers WARLORD, featuring guitarist William J. Tsamis, drummer Mark S. Zonder (i.e. FATES WARNING), and latest addition, vocalist Joacim Cans (i.e. HAMMERFALL), will begin mixing their long-awaited comeback CD, entitled Rising Out Of The Ashes, on April 8th at Carriage House Studios in Connecticut. Helming the sessions will be Phil Magnotti.
Rising Out Of The Ashes is tentatively scheduled for a European release in late June/early July through Drakkar Records/BMG Entertainment.
In other news, WARLORD have been invited by Jurgen Hegewald of Hellion Records in Itzehoe, Germany, just outside Wacken, to do an in-store autograph session before the band's appearance at the Wacken Open Air festival. The signing will take place either on Friday, August 1st, or in the morning of Saturday, August 2nd. In addition to the rare autograph session, WARLORD merchandise will be available for purchase.
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