ELVENKING: Full-Length Version Of 'The Wanderer' Posted Online

A full-length version of the new ELVENKING track "The Wanderer" has been posted online at this location (.WMA file). The song comes off the Italian folk/power metal band's third album, "The Winter Wake", due on January 27, 2006 via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Wyrd" was recorded at Sherpa Studios (Italy), mixed at Sonic Pump Studios by Nino Laurenne and was mastered at Finnvox Studios by Mika Jussilla.

"The Winter Wake" track listing:

01. Trows Kind
02. Swallowtail
03. The Winter Wake (feat. Schmier of DESTRUCTION)
04. The Wanderer
05. March of Fools
06. On the Morning Dew
07. Devil's Carriage
08. Rats are Following
09. Rouse Your Dream
10. Neverending Nights
11. Disillusion's Reel
+ bonus tracks

Check out the album cover artwork at www.elvenking.net.

ELVENKING recently announced the departure of guitarist Jarpen. For the time being, the group will go on as a five-piece.


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