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Swedish power metal act The Storyteller revealed details on the band's upcoming sixth full length studio release "Sacred Fire." The album - a tribute to the great warriors and battlefields in history - will drop on November 28th via Dark Legacy Music. The band posted a live version of the new track "Coming Home," which was broadcast on Swedish radio in September and can be heard in the player below.
From the band: "The title track is a tribute to Hephaestus - blacksmith of the Gods who created the lightning bolts to the mighty Zeus and made sure that all the other Gods also had their magic weapons in top condition. The whole album itself is a tribute to all the great warriors and battlefields where warriors met man to man, sword against sword and shield against shield. The Gods intervened in the fighting is no surprise and this is also mentioned in some of the lyrics."
The track listing for "Sacred Fire" is:
1. As I Die
2. One Last Stand
3. Sacred Fire
5. Serpent Eyes
6. Sons Of The North
7. In Search For Treasures, Stones And Gold.
8. Coming Home
9. The Army Of Southerfell
10. Curse Of The Seven Seas
11. Let Your Spirit Fly
12. God Of War More...
The sixth edition of the 2000 Decibel-festival will take place in Bengtsfors, Sweden (180 km north of Gothenburg) the 21st May 2005. Twenty-two bands will play on three different stages. The first confirmed bands for the festival are Face Down, Grave, Loud N Nasty, The Storyteller and Unleashed. For more information, visit the festival website at www.mfdecibel.com.