WARRIOR: 'The Wars Of Gods And Men' Track Listing, Album Cover Unveiled
WARRIOR have released more details about their new album, "The Wars Of Gods And Men", due on February 24 through Reality Entertainment.
The CD, which features guest appearances by KROKUS vocalist Marc Storace and GODHEAD guitarist Mike Miller, contains the following track listing:
01. The Wars Of Gods & Men
02. Do It Now
03. Never Live Your Life Again
05. 3 AM Eternal
07. Unseen Forces
09. Naked Aggression
10. Love Above All
Storace laid down his contributions to the album last summer and described the experience a short time later as "a journey through some of my innermost emotions."
Produced by guitarist Joe Floyd and Warren Croyle (HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON, GODHEAD, GWAR, HOUSE OF LORDS), "The Wars of Gods and Men" (view cover here) is being described as "old-school metal with a modern day vibe that should appeal to young and older metal fans alike."
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