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), have completed mixing their long-awaited comeback CD, entitled Rising Out Of The Ashes, at Carriage House Studios in Connecticut. According to the band's official web site, the finished product is “a metal masterpiece of epic proportions. WARLORD fans will be astonished, and every power epic metal fan will be blown away. WARLORD has just 'raised the standard' for what power epic metal ought to be!”Rising Out Of The Ashes is tentatively scheduled for a European release in late June/early July through Drakkar Records/BMG Entertainment.
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