FREEDOM CALL To Release 'Power & Glory' Single

Southern Germany-based melodic metallers FREEDOM CALL will release a digital single, "Power & Glory", containing their best-known "happy metal" tunes on November 2 via SPV/Steamhammer. The single release will coincide with the start of the band's European tour as the support act for LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY.

"We can't wait to bring our 'happy metal' to the fans in Europe," said FREEDOM CALL vocalist/guitarist Chris Bay. "Be prepared for a killer setlist with fan favorites and some surprises!"

"Power & Glory" track listing:

01. Power & Glory (3:25) (taken from the album "Land Of The Crimson Dawn")
02. A Perfect Day (3:58) (taken from the album "Legend Of The Shadow King")
03. Far Away (3:19) (taken from the album "Dimensions")

FREEDOM CALL's latest album, "Land Of The Crimson Dawn", was released on February 24 in Germany, February 27 in the rest of Europe and February 28 in the USA/Canada via SPV/Steamhammer.

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