Sweden's FALCONER have finished the recordings for their third album, "The Sceptre Of Deception", due on October 6 through Metal Blade Records.
Says mainman Stefan Weinerhall, "This album is a concept album about greed, falseness and megalomania in the 1300s in Sweden. It is based upon a true story. Actually, a concept album to me is always a bit hard to listen to and sort of strange with all those short 'who cares songs' between the real ones. This one is not like that, but is a normal FALCONER album with some more variations and unexpected turns.
"Well, the fact that we've changed the singer makes it not 100% a 'normal' FALCONER album. I can promise a lot of guest appearances and that alone makes the album more varied.
"We are so very satisfied with the album since the last year has brought so many new things to the band like more members, live gigs and the feeling of 'a real band.' Now we can't wait to get the album out and get out there and promote it live!"
The complete track listing for "The Sceptre Of Deception" is as follows:
01. The Coronation
02. Trail Of Flames
03. Under The Sword
04. Night Of Infamy
05. Hooves Over Northland
06. Pledge For Freedom
08. The Sceptre Of Deception
09. Hear Me Pray
10. Child Of Innocence
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