ETERNAL FLAME Keep '70s Hard Rock Spirit Alive On "King Of The King"

Germany's ETERNAL FLAME, featuring former STORMHAMMER singer Michael Schinkel, have inked a deal with MTM Music and will issue their sophomore album, entitled King Of The King, on September 16th. "Inspired by the styles of the 80's and 90's (YNGWIE, RAINBOW and DEEP PURPLE), the actual strength of the band lies in its assimilation of today's sounds. The band combines transparent and up to date keyboard sounds with a well-established heavy guitar."

The full track listing for King Of The King is as follows:

01. King Of The King
02. Pluto's Baith
03. Bridge To Your Heart
04. Hold On
05. Bag Of Nerve
06. Fall Of Men
07. Spanish Flair
08. Cannot Believe In You No More
09. Stargazer (RAINBOW cover)
10. My Son
11. Dawn In The Sky


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