DOMAIN To Release New Album In October

Limb Music Products has set an October 20 European release date for the new album from the German melodic metal band DOMAIN. The 20th anniversary limited-edition version of the CD will be released in digipack format featuring plenty of visual bonus material, including TV show recordings, live performances, backstage footage, plus additional footage taken from the musicians' private archives. The special CD will also include recordings of some of the band's classic anthems as bonus tracks. Fans are invited to send their suggestions for the bonus material to [email protected] 10 lucky people will receive a copy of this limited-edition CD when it is released.

Upcoming DOMAIN shows:

Jul. 22 - Schliersee, GER - Spritzingsee (Blaze Of Glory Festival)
Jul. 23 - Adelsheim, GER - Live Factory (w/ DARK SKY)


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