LABYRINTH Sign With CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS
Italian power metallers LABYRINTH have inked a deal with Century Media Records. The group will issue their fourth full-length album, simply titled "Labyrinth", on June 30.
"Labyrinth", which features artwork by Travis Smith (NEVERMORE, OPETH, JAG PANZER, etc.), was recorded by Giovanni Spinotti and William Novati at Noise Factory Studio in Milano, Italy and mastered by Jürgen Lusky at House of Audio studio in Germany. According to an official press release, the album "offers 10 flawlessly executed new tracks of aggressively melodic metal in its purest form and should leave none of the band's loyal fans unimpressed."
The complete track listing for "Labyrinth" is as follows:
01. The Prophet (4:46)
02. Livin' In A Maze (4:37)
03. This World (4:55)
04. Just Soldier [Stay Down] (5:26)
05. Neverending Rest (4:54)
06. Terzinato (5:49)
07. Slave To The Night (6:06)
08. Synthetic Paradise (5:48)
09. Hand In Hand (4:26)
10. When I Will Fly Far (5:16)
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