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Debut Self-Titled Release Announced By Mirror, New Track "Heavy King" Available For Streaming

U.K. hard rock/metal act Mirror will issue the self-titled debut release on November 13th worldwide via Metal Blade Records. The first taste - in the form of the new track "Heavy King" - can be heard in the player below. Pre-order the album now at this location.

Recordings for the release began in London at Orgone Studios (Ghost, Paradise Lost, Cathedral) in the fall of 2014 with drummer, Jaime Gomez Arellano handling production duties. The recording boasts strong melodic ideas with classic, heavy riffs inspired by the sounds of Scorpions, UFO, Iron Maiden, Deep Purple and the like.

Mirror is the musical brainchild of bassist and die-hard metal connoisseur Tas Danazoglou (Electric Wizard, Satan's Wrath). A chance meeting with London-based producer and accomplished drummer Jaime Gomez Arellano led to the two embarking on a shared musical vision that encompasses classic hard-rock, proto-metal sound with tasteful songwriting and musicianship. Guitarist Stamos K. was next to join. His musical instincts and considerable production experience suited the band's ethos perfectly. He was followed by seasoned performer, Jimmy Mavromatis who, with his operatic tenor vocals, rounded out the growing roster. The final addition to the lineup was Los Angeles-based guitarist Matt Olivo whose infamy was earned as the co-founder of grindcore pioneers Repulsion.

The track listing is:

1. Mirror
2. Curse of the Gypsy
3. Year of the Red Moon
4. Heavy King
5. Madness and Magik
6. Galleon
7. Cloak of a Thousand Secrets
8. Orion's Sword
9. Elysian

Check out "Heavy King" here:

Mirror is:

Jimmy Mavromatis: Vocals
Matt Olivo: Guitar
Stamos K: Guitar
Tas Danazoglou: Bass
Jaime Gomez Arellano: Drums

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