LORD: New Limited-Edition EP Out Now

Australian metallers LORD have just released a new EP entitled "Hear No Evil". According to the band, "This EP is limited to 500 hand-numbered copies and contains the new, unreleased track 'Hear No Evil', the song 'Set In Stone' from the forthcoming album of the same name, two songs recorded live on tour in 2008 and yes, song 3 is a bizarre cover of the KYLIE MINOGUE song 'On A Night Like This'... And yes, the band is still laughing at that now."

"Hear No Evil" EP track listing:

01. Hear No Evil
02. Set In Stone *
03. On A Night Like This
04. Through The Fire **
05. Going Down **

* Taken from the forthcoming album "Set In Stone"
** Recorded live on tour in 2008

The EP can be ordered from the LORD online store.

LORD's last full-length album, "Ascendence", was released in August 007 in Japan through Soundholic Records and in Australia via Modern Invasion Music.


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