ARCH RIVAL: Debut Album To Be Re-Released

ARCH RIVAL, the Ohio-based power metal band led by guitarist Michael Harris, will have their debut album, "In the Face of Danger", remastered and re-released through Wheel of Time Productions. The new version of the LP, which was originally issued in 1991, will contain as-yet-undisclosed bonus tracks. A May release is expected.

A division of Greece's Black Lotus Records, Wheel of Time Productions' mission is "the restoration and recirculation of certain important albums that marked heavy music in general," according to an official press release. "Albums that got limited distribution on their day, that until recently were thought as 'deleted,' albums which are considered as 'cult' and may be very hard (and expensive) to find."

For more information, visit www.wot-records.com.

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