MANITOU: Debut Album Samples Posted Online

MANITOU, the Finnish traditional/progressive heavy metal band who feature in their ranks members of OMNIUM GATHERUM, have released MP3 samples from their forthcoming debut album, "The Mad Moon Rising", on their official web site. The CD was recorded and mixed at Sonic Pump Studios in Helsinki and is scheduled for release on June 21 through Rage Of Achilles label. The complete track listing for the album is as follows:

01. The Mad Moon Rising
02. Drifting Shadow
03. Garden Of Fallen Kings
04. Machine Mind
05. Blind Eye Open
06. Wish I Could Sleep
07. Valley Of Evergreen
08. Ancestral Territories
09. Race Of Malice

MANITOU is:

Markku Pihlaja -vocals
Antti Laurèn -guitar
Markus Vanhala -leadguitar
Jukka Perälä -keyboards
Ismo Laukkanen - bass
Matti Suhonen - drums

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