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Anubis Gate Reveals "Horizons" Album Details

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The sixth album from Danish prog metal outfit Anubis Gate will be titled "Horizons" and is due for release on Nightmare Records (distributed by Sony/RED) this coming April 15th, 2014. The label comments:

"Anubis Gate hit the studio the summer of 2013 recording new opus 'Horizons,' which is unmistakably Anubis Gate’s sound yet goes again to new places. Places perhaps one would call daring.

"From the liquid grooves to uneven time signatures, trademark soundscapes and heavy, sometimes even thrash metal riffing you will know this is both in the tradition of the band yet breaks new ground. Anubis Gate blend 80’s melodic heavy rock, epic ambience and a contemporary dark layered progressive metal. Inspired by the likes of Savatage, Genesis, Iron Maiden, Queensryche, King Crimson, Iced Earth, Crimson Glory, Fates Warning, Lord Bane & Tad Morose yet always sounding completely unique.

"New guitarist Michael Bodin’s heavy riffing works exceptionally well in a duel with long time guitarist Kim Olesen. The forward driving drums, courtesy of new drummer Morten Gade Sørensen, are a treat in themselves. Henrik Fevres melodic vocals are even more amazing and heartfelt than ever before. 'Horizons' showcases the band on it’s highest peak."

The track listing is as follows:

1. Destined To Remember
2. Never Like This (A Dream)
3. Hear My Call
4. Airways
5. Revolution Come Undone
6. Breach Of Faith
7. Mindlessness
8. Horizons
9. A Dream Within A Dream
10. Erasure

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