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EPK For New Album "Angels Of The Apocalypse" Posted By Timo Tolkki's Avalon

Timo Tolkki's Avalon released an EPK for the upcoming new album "Angels of the Apocalypse," which is due for release on May 16th via Frontiers Records. For the album, Tolkki has assembled 3/4ths of the classic Stratovarius "Dreamspace" lineup, with multiple guest vocalists including: Floor Jansen (Nightwish/ReVamp), Simone Simons (Epica), Fabio Lione (Rhapsody of Fire), David DeFeis (Virgin Steele), Elize Ryd (Amaranthe) and Caterina Nix. Joining Tolkki is ex-Stratovarius founder Tuomo Lassila on drums and ex-Stratovarius keyboardist Antti Ikonen.

The album continues the concept story of "The Land of New Hope": "It is 2020 A.D - The Elements send 4 Angels to observe mankind and its actions in the last century. There are 4 Angels, but still they are One. Fire, Wind, Earth and Water are their names. With the Elements they observe in unimaginable sadness and anger the primitive events that take place in the last 150 years as they have the ability to go back and forth in time. As they give their final warning, Mankind sees unimaginable destruction that shakes its core foundations. Pandora`s Box is opened and the forces of Nature are unleashed. Is this the prelude for Judgement Day..."

The track list for "Angels of the Apocalypse" is:

1. Song for Eden
2. Jerusalem Is Falling
3. Design the Century
4. Rise of the 4th Reich
5. Stargate Atlantis
6. You'll Bleed Forever
7. The Paradise Lost
8. Neons Sirens
9. High Above of Me
10. Angels of the Apocalypse
11. Garden of Eden

Check out the EPK clip here:

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