FORTÉ To Release 'Unholy War' In June
FORTÉ was founded in Oklahoma City in 1987 and in those early stages they band played an abundant amount of shows quickly establishing themselves within the flourishing underground metal scene by opening for bands like PANTERA, DREAM THEATER, FATES WARNING, WATCHTOWER, OVERKILL, SAVATAGE and TROUBLE. After signing to Germany's Massacre Records, the band released four critically acclaimed albums throughout the '90s, with their last, "Rise Above", coming in 1999.
Now 12 years later, FORTÉ has returned with a vengeance on their new album, "Unholy War". Due on June 12 via Tribunal Records, the CD has everything fans have come to expect from the band: soaring vocals, razor-sharp riffs and a battering ram for a rhythm section. Ten tracks of traditional U.S. thrashing power metal that will not disappoint the fans. The cover illustration was created by Steven R. Cobb (SOLITUDE, KILLWHITNEYDEAD).
"Unholy War" track listing:
01. Vae Solis
02. Unholy War
03. Dead To Me
04. Take The Mark
05. Absolute Power
07. Stronger Than Death
08. Rain Of Fire
09. Gears Of Damnation
10. Light To The Blind
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