WARLORD's 'Lost And Lonely Days / Aliens' To Be Reissued
Following the worldwide re-release of WARLORD's classic "Deliver Us" album, the Sons of A Dream Music label has announced that the band's "Lost And Lonely Days / Aliens" EP from 1984 will also receive the same remastering treatment and will be available worldwide from iTunes and AmazonMP3 on October 20. A CD/LP reissue will follow at a later date. The release will also contain"a surprise," according to WARLORD manager Phoebus R. Dokos. In addition, the cover has been redesigned and will feature the updated WARLORD "W."
As previously reported, WARLORD, featuring guitarist William J. Tsamis and drummer Mark S. Zonder (FATES WARNING) will perform at the Keep It True XVI festival, set to take place April 19-20, 2013 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Koenigshofen, Germany. This will mark the group's first appearance in eleven years — having last performed in 2002 in Itzehoe, Germany and at the Wacken Open Air festival. There will also be a brand new WARLORD album released in 2013.
WARLORD's last album, "Rising Out Of The Ashes", was released in July 2002 via Atrheia/Drakkar. The CD featured Tsamis and Zonder alongside HAMMERFALL vocalist Joacim Cans.
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