ROYAL HUNT: 'Eye Witness' Track Listing Unveiled

Denmark's ROYAL HUNT have set the tentative track listing for their forthcoming album, "Eye Witness", due in late May through Frontiers Records.

The follow-up to 2001's "The Mission", a concept album based on Ray Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles", will contain the following songs:

01. Hunted
02. Can't Let Go
03. The Prayer
04. The Age Of The World
05. Burning The Sun
06. Wicked Lounge
07. Fifth Element
08. Help Us G-D
09. Game Of Fear
10. Eye Witness

According to an official press release, "The album themes are based around a simple idea of 'What's the media feeding us with today?' It's going to be an emotional roller coaster similar to the one that everyone goes through every morning, while listening to the news or reading newspapers and magazines. It's understood that it's a lot to write about, and that's exactly what the band did. Is the album conceptual? Yes and no. The media is a concept, but the music will have no boundaries."

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