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Elderoth Streaming "This Shadow By My Side"

Montreal, QC prog/power metal band Elderoth has teamed up with BraveWords.com to premiere the first single "This Shadow By My Side" from forthcoming sophomore release "Mystic," which is due out April 28th. Listen in at this location.

Founding member and mastermind behind Elderoth, Collin McGee, comments: ""This Shadow By My Side' has been a song that I did a lot more work with than the rest of the album. I had gone through several versions until I was completely satisfied with the final product. I wanted to really make the song something very unique and tasteful for the fans to enjoy. The process of writing this song itself has helped me develop more of my own style in which will be very beneficial for my songwriting on future material."

The band’s 2015 lineup features founding member Collin McGee on guitars and vocals with Xavier Sperdouklis on bass, Vincent Harnois on guitars, and Jessy Normand on drums. The new album's track listing is:

1. Within (1:01)
2. Black and Blue (4:15)
3. This Shadow By My Side (4:48)
4. My Future (3:27)
5. Falling Star (4:09)
6. In A Dream (3:36)
7. The Ocean (4:35)
8. Far In The Sea (4:27)
9. Always Remember (3:56)

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Elderoth Streaming "Cursed" Track

Power metal act Elderoth has posted a new song online titled "Cursed," which can be heard below. Philippe "Pat' Tougas of First Fragment also commented on contributing a guest spot for the song:

"This is Elderoth, my friend's power metal band. I recorded a guest solo in the song at 1:45 and another one at 1:45 in this other song 'Forgotten.' Also, check out his amazing solo at the end of the second song. Collin McGee is one of the most talented young shredders in the montreal scene.

"I went with a Tony MacAlpine-esque approach for the tremolo bar use, it should give you a good idea of how our solos will sound on the upcoming FF material." More...

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