DRAGONSCLAW: 'Battle Cry' Video Released

"Battle Cry", the new video from the Australian traditional metal act DRAGONSCLAW, can be seen below. The song, which features a guest appearance by former VIRGIN STEELE guitarist and current BURNING STARR mainman Jack Starr, is a tribute to late RIOT guitarist Mark Reale.

"Battle Cry" comes off DRAGONSCLAW's sophomore album, "Judgement Day", which was released last week via Killer Metal Records.

Comented DRAGONSCLAW vocalist Giles Lavery: "We are extremely happy with how 'Judgement Day' has turned out. I feel we have our strongest batch of songs yet. There is more diversity musically than heard on the first album and we are ready to take no prisoners. There have been some killer metal albums released this past 18 months and we knew we had to rise to the challenge."

"Judgement Day" track listing:

01. Watching My Every Move (feat. David Reece)
02. Onset of War
03. Judgement Day
04. Bullet
05. Fear
06. Fly: Defenders Of The Skies Part II
07. Lucifer's Hammer (WARLORD cover)
08. Battle Cry - A Tribute to Mark Reale (feat. Jack Starr)
09. Eternally

Lavery was recently named the vocalist for WARLORD on the band's European shows.

DRAGONSCLAW's debut album, "Prophecy", was released in January via Arkeyn Steel Records. The CD featured guest appearances by Blaze Bayley (IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE) and Alessandro Del Vecchio (EDGE OF FOREVER, EDEN'S CURSE).

The band's lineup is as follows:

Ben Thomas - Guitar
Giles Lavery - Vocals
Ray Martens - Keyboards
Aaron Thomas - Bass, Orchestration
Alcides "Seed" Stowe - Drums


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