Scotland's ALESTORM has scheduled the following festival appearances:
Mar. 29 - Ragnarök Festival - Lichtenfels, Germany
Jun. 06 - Northern Lights Festival - Piberstein, Austria
Jun. 07 - Fiesta Pagana - Schmerikon am See, Switzerland
ALESTORM will release its debut album, "Captain Morgan's Revenge", through Napalm Records on the following dates:
Jan. 23 - Finland
Jan. 25 - Germany / Austria / Switzerland / Sweden
Jan. 28 - Rest of Europe
Jan. 29 - USA / Canada
The track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Over The Seas
02. Captain Morgan's Revenge
03. The Huntmaster
04. Nancy The Tavern Wench
05. Death Before The Mast
06. Terror On The High Seas
07. Set Sail And Conquer
08. Of Treasure
09. Wenches & Mead
10. Flower Of Scotland
According to a press release, the quartet "plays Scottish 'pirate metal,' by their own definition, and musically resembles the great battle metal bands such as KORPIKLAANI or TURISAS, albeit with a unique touch and Scottish instrumentation."
ALESTORM will support TURISAS on their upcoming UK tour.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/alestorm.
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