DRAGONLORD Announces Two Shows In California

DRAGONLORD, the California-based black metal band led by TESTAMENT guitarist Eric Peterson, has announced the following headlining shows:

April 24 – Alameda, CA – Roosters Roadhouse
April 25 – Frenso, CA – The Crossroads

Commented Peterson: "These DRAGONLORD shows coming up are a rare breed, as we haven't had much time for the band to play live lately due to my schedule with TESTAMENT. It's always a rush to jump into the DRAGONLORD character, and we've been playing Alameda's Roosters Roadhouse a lot lately. It seems to be our new Covenant and home away from home. Also, for the first time, we are bringing our atmospheric black thrash metal to Fresno's The Crossroads …They'll be all 'born to darkness!'"

DRAGONLORD's sophomore album, "Black Wings of Destiny", was released in the U.S. in October 2005 via Escapi Music. The follow-up to 2001's "Rapture" (Spitfire Records) was recorded and mixed by Fredrik Nordström (HAMMERFALL, DIMMU BORGIR, ARCH ENEMY) at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden.

DRAGONLORD's "Until the End" video:


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