CRYSTAL VIPER: New Single Available For Streaming

"Stronghold: Under Siege", the new single from the Polish female-fronted "true heavy metal" act CRYSTAL VIPER, is available for streaming on band's MySpace page. The track was written for the Stronghold role-playing/dark fantasy game, which will come out later this month through Portal Publishing and their partners worldwide. The song was recorded at MP Studio in Poland with engineer Mariusz Pietka and producer Bart Gabriel.

Within the next few days, CRYSTAL VIPER will release two versions of the "Stronghold: Under Siege" video.

CRYSTAL VIPER's latest album, "Metal Nation", was released on February 1 through Karthago Records (CD version) and High Roller Records (limited vinyl version). The CD was recorded at the brand new MP Studio in Poland with engineer Mariusz Pietka and producer Bart Gabriel.

"Metal Nation" was mixed at the Sonic Train Studios (HAMMERFALL, KING DIAMOND, EVERGREY, FALCONER etc.) in Varberg, Sweden by the Grammy-nominated KING DIAMOND guitarist Andy La Rocque. The CD features three very special guests: Manni Schmidt of GRAVE DIGGER, Frank Knight of X-WILD and Lars Ramcke of STORMWARRIOR.


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