THE BATALLION: New Song Posted Online

THE BATALLION, the Norwegian band whose members have played in such acclaimed acts as OLD FUNERAL, GRIMFIST, TAAKE, BORKNAGAR, DEATHCON and BOMBERS, has posted a new song, entitled "Last Dawn", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's forthcoming debut album, "Stronghold of Men", which is scheduled for release on March 17 in Norway and April 21 in the rest of the world through Dark Essence Records. The CD was recorded at Conclave Studio in Bergen and is the follow-up to THE BATALLION's debut four-song EP, which was issued via the band's own Masculin Records in a limited pressing of 500 copies on CD and 500 copies on 7" vinyl.

Upcoming THE BATALLION shows:

Mar. 21 - Rockefeller – Oslo, NOR (Inferno Festival)
Apr. 19 - Garage - Bergen, NOR
Apr. 25 - Karmoygeddon Festival - Haugesund, NOR
May 11 - Festung Open Air - Bitterfeld, GER


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