TIAMAT have finalized the track listing for their eighth studio album, "Prey", due on October 27 through Century Media Records.
The self-produced CD, which is being described as one of mainman Johan Edlund's most personal recorded statements to date, was mixed and mastered at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland. Although it is not a concept album, there is a strong unifying theme running through each of the 13 tracks.
The complete track listing for "Prey" is as follows:
02. Ten Thousand Tentacles
03. Wings Of Heaven
04. Love In Chains
06. Carry Your Cross And I'll Carry Mine
07. Triple Cross
08. Light In Extension
10. The Garden Of Heathen
13. The Pentagram
The album's first single, "Cain", will be released on September 29. "Cain" will contain a radio edit of the album opener, the straight, up-tempo rocker "Love In Chains", and an exclusive cover version of the old W.A.S.P. classic "Sleeping (In The Fire)" — all packaged in a nice digipak with cover artwork by Edlund himself.
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