SEVEN KINGDOMS: Debut Album Artwork Revealed

The cover artwork for the forthcoming self-titled debut album from the Orlando, Florida-based power metal band SEVEN KINGDOMS can be viewed below. The group will enter the studio later this month to begin recording the CD, which will mark the recording debut of new singer Sabrina Valentine and will include a guest appearance by Wade Black (CRIMSON GLORY, LEATHERWOLF). According to guitarist Camden Cruz, "Seven Kingdoms" will feature "perfect production, classic power metal sing-alongs and enough epic-ness to make our mark this time around."

The projected track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Intro
02. Somewhere Far Away
03. The Ones Who Breath The Flame
04. Open The Gates
05. Vengeance by the Sons of a King
06. A Murder Never Dead
07. Wolf in Sheeps Clothes
08. Eyes to the North
09. Into the Darkness
10. Thunder of the Hammer
11. Seven Kingdoms (feat. Wade Black, Glen Alvelais)

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/sevenkingdoms.

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