The song "The Ten Plagues" from the Slovak melodic metal band SIGNUM REGIS can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track comes off the group's third album, "Exodus", which was released on November 15 in Europe and December 3 in North America via Ulterium Records. The CD features guest vocals by Lance King (ex-PYRAMAZE, BALANCE OF POWER), Michael Vescera (OBSESSION, ANIMETAL USA, ex-LOUDNESS, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Matt Smith (THEOCRACY), Daísa Munhoz (VANDROYA, SOULSPELL), Eli Prinsen (SACRED WARRIOR, THE SACRIFICED), Samuel Nyman (MANIMAL), Thomas L. Winkler (GLORYHAMMER, EMERALD), Göran Edman (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, JOHN NORUM) and Mayo Petranin (CASTAWAY). The album was mastered by Tommy Hansen (HELLOWEEN, JORN, CIRCUS MAXIMUS) and the artwork was created by Felipe Machado Franco (BLIND GUARDIAN, RHAPSODY OF FIRE).
"Exodus" is a historical concept album about the Israelites who were enslaved in ancient Egypt.
"Exodus" track listing:
01. On The Nile
03. The Promised Land
04. Let Us Go!
05. Wrath Of Pharaoh
06. The Ten Plagues
07. Last Days In Egypt
09. Song Of Deliverance
10. Sole Survivor
11. Mountain Of God (CD bonus track)
"Exodus" can be ordered at the Ulterium Records store.
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