SEVEN KINGDOMS: New Album Track Listing Revealed

Orlando, Florida-based power metal band SEVEN KINGDOMS will enter Tampa's Morrisound Studios in late July to record its sophomore album. The CD will mark the recording debut of new singer Sabrina Valentine and will include guest appearances by Wade Black (CRIMSON GLORY, LEATHERWOLF) and Glen Alvelais (FORBIDDEN, TESTAMENT).

The projected track listing for the album is as follows:

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

Commented guitarist Camden Cruz: "We have been hard at work for the last year writing, playing, and saving money for this album. Recording a major label-quality record completely self-funded is definitely a huge accomplishment for any band. We have had numerous four-to-five-hour 'marathon practices' just to get tight for the studio. I'm sure all of you will be thoroughly impressed with the writing and quality of the new CD. There are also TONS of things going on other than the record. We have a short three-or-four-date run-up to Georgia in September where we play with THEOCRACY, thanks to Pathfinder Promotions. They will be taking care of all of our out-of-state booking from here on out. We are also in the works of getting a huge power metal festival down here in Florida called the Florida Power Fest on November 14. I have several bands booked already for it. I can't announce the headliners just yet, but let's just say they are very well known and the show is just going to blow up!"

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

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