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Lyric Video For New Track "Swords To The Sky" Premiered By The Order Of Israfel

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Swedish doom metal act The Order Of Israfel has teamed up with Metal Underground.com to premiere the lyric video for the new track "Swords to the Sky." The song will appear on the new album "The Red Robes," which is set for release on May 27th via Napalm Records. The album will be available as 6 page digipack with the bonus DVD, as well as 2LP Gatefold edition, with pre-orders available at this location.

The band's first steps on the debut "Wisdom" might have been heavily influenced by genre icons such as Cathedral, Pentagram and Witchcraft, but the four piece has firmly established its very own brand of slow-motion goodness in 2016: folk and the NWOBHM play a big role in The Order Of Israfel cosmos, but these guys also have a knack for Thin Lizzy-isms. The result is a wondrous, mystical piece of art featuring unforgettable vocals and ten-ton riffing that will haunt you for aeons!

The track listing is:

1. Staff In The Sand
2. The Red Robes
3. In Thrall To The Sorceress
4. Swords To The Sky
5. Von Sturmer (see music video here)
6. Fallen Children
7. A Shadow In The Hills
8. The Thirst

Check out "Swords to the Sky" here:

The digipak version of "Red Robes" will feature a bonus DVD of live footage captured from the band's performance at Sweden Rock Festival last year. "The Red Robes" is set to drop on May 27th via Napalm Records and will be available as 6 page digipack with the bonus DVD, as well as 2LP Gatefold edition with the bonus DVD.

Bonus DVD Live At Sweden Rock Festival 2015 (see teaser clip of DVD here)

1. The Noctuus
2. The Earth Will Deliver What Heaven Desires
3. On Black Wings, A Demon
4. Promises Made to the Earth
5. Wisdom/Morning Sun (Satanas)

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