DARK ARENA: Debut CD Details Revealed

DARK ARENA, the new Cleveland, Ohio-based band featuring vocalist Juan Ricardo (ATTAXE, RITUAL), guitarists "Tall" Paul Konjicija (ANTITHESIS, RITUAL) and Dale Robertson (ROADIE'S NIGHTMARE), keyboardist Rhiannon Wisniewski (SOMNUS), drummer Chris Stolle (SOMNUS), and bassist Brian Glodde (ANTITHESIS, RICK RENSTROM), will release their debut disc, entitled "Alien Factor", on May 26 at the Great Lakes Metal Fest at the Cleveland Agora in Cleveland, OH.

"Alien Factor" was mastered by legendary producer Alex Perialas (TESTAMENT, ANTHRAX, OVERKILL) and features cover art by by Joseph Vargo at Monolith Graphics.

"Alien Factor" track listing:

01. A Place Called Freedom
02. Fear of the Night
03. Alien World
04. The Sight
05. Vicious Circle
06. Subterranean Man
07. Somewhere
08. Dark Sorrow
09. Crystallized

Check out the songs "A Place Called Freedom", "Fear of the Night" and "Alien World" at www.darkarena.cc.

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