BLACKGUARD: Two More Songs Posted Online
Montreal-based sympho/black/folk/power metal act BLACKGUARD (formerly PROFUGUS MORTIS) has posted two more songs — "The Last We Wage" and "The Sword" (featuring guest vocals by THE AGONIST singer Alissa White-Gluz) — on the group's MySpace page. Both tracks come off the band's debut album, "Profugus Mortis", which was released on March 20 in Europe via Nuclear Blast Records and is due in North America on April 28 through Sumerian Records.
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Scarlet To Snow
02. This Round's On Me
04. I Demon
05. The Sword
06. In Time
09. The Last We Wage
Commented Jaap Wagemaker of Nuclear Blast: "I can promise you this will appeal to all fans of bands like WINTERSUN, ENSIFERUM and KORPIKLAANI, but with more brutal vocals! The musicianship is outstanding!"
Added Shawn Keith of Sumerian Records: "This is a band that combines tasteful shredding with epic melodic metal riffs, carrying the message of brotherhood through the best and worst of times all the while bringing the party in a live show setting through the spirit of folk music."
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