Methusalem Reveals New Album, "Unite and Conquer," Details Online
Dutch heavy metal band METHUSALEM has set the release-date for their upcoming album "Unite and Conquer" for March 26. This self-financed album will be distributed by Rock Inc.
The band comments on the new album, "When the band decided that it was time for a new, full-length album, they threw overboard all biases about how heavy metal should sound and listened very carefully to what producer Arno Krabman from Graveland Studios had to say about their current style. The result is an album that features a bunch of songs that are all miles apart, some more traditional, some more modern, yet all fitting perfectly into Methusalem’s philosophy. That philosophy is still to rock the world with hard rock and heavy metal, but in stead of living in the past, they’ve now made an album that remembers the past."
"The album was mastered by an international mastering professional, Darius van Helfteren, who had also previously worked with Judas Priest and the Scorpions. He gave the album that last edge that it needed to sound truly great. Finnish graphic designer Jan Yrlund was asked to create the artwork and succeeded in capturing the overall lyrical theme of the album in the cover artwork."
METHUSALEM has uploaded an album preview and a video teaser at their MySpace page
To celebrate the release of "Unite and Conquer", the band will party online with their fans during a 4 hour Online MySpace Release Party, where the new album will be for streaming for 4 hours at March 25 from 19.00 till 23.00 CET.
The tracklisting for "Unite and Conquer" (cover art) is as follows:
1. Hardrock Showdown
2. Go all the Way
4. Brothers in Arms
5. Running in Circles
6. Get ready to Rock
8. Lock & Load
9. Unite and Conquer
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