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Status Update On New Album "Moving Target" Posted By Dragonsclaw

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Australian based traditional metal act Dragonsclaw issued an update on the band's upcoming third album "Moving Target." In a post on Facebook, vocalist Giles Lavery announced that one of the songs will feature Riot V/Reverence vocalist Todd Michael Hall.

The post reads:

"Work on the new album 'Moving Target' is coming along nicely...Just finishing up the writing/demoing stage...and today we can let folks know that Todd Michael Hall (Riot/Burning Starr/Reverence) is a guest vocalist on a track on the album titled 'Shadowfire.' His vocals are completely mindblowing on this, one of two 'faster' tracks on the record.

We have, i feel, our most diverse album yet in regard to the songwriting , and there will be plenty to like for fans of traditional heavy metal , the faster stuff and hard rock."

No release date for "Moving Target" has been announced and More information is expected soon.


[Todd Michael Hall]

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