HOLY MOSES: New Album Delayed

HOLY MOSES' new album, "Strength Power Will Passion" (Armageddon Music/Soulfood), will be released on May 30 — one week later than its originally announced May 23 release date. The delay is being attributed to "problems in the CD factory." 666 limited vinyl picture discs will include a bonus track, while 5,000 limited digipacks contain a poster booklet and a bonus track.

The band reportedly laid down 22 songs and over 80 minutes of music at their Absurd studio in Hamburg for their tenth album, which is the follow-up to 2002's "Disorder of the Order" (Century Media Records). Streaming audio samples of all the album cuts are now available at the band's official web site, HolyMoses.de. A CD-release party will take place on Saturday, May 21 in Hamburg.


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