BISS Featuring KROKUS Singer MARC STORACE: New Album Due In November

BISS, the German/Swiss hard rockers featuring KROKUS singer Marc Storace and guitarist Ralf Heyne, will release their fourth album, "Xtension" on November 17 via AOR Heaven. Completed by bassist Lars Wilke and drummer Carsten Witte, the four-piece powerhouse outfit from M√ľnster, Germany once again delivers "a high-class album for any fan of KROKUS, ACCEPT and '80's melodic hard rock in general," according to a press release. Highlights include a "breathtaking" metal version of the old HEART classic "Barracuda" and the song "Blood On Sand", which was co-written by Mat Sinner (SINNER, PRIMAL FEAR).

"Xtension" was produced by Michael Voss (SILVER, MAD MAX) and features the following track listing:

01. Run for Your Life
02. V Card
03. Always
04. Shout It Out
05. Barracuda
06. Eagle
07. Born to Ride
08. Blood on Sand
09. Train of Thoughts
10. Catch 22

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