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Crimson Shadows Announces "Glory On The Battlefield" Album Release Show

It’s an event four years in the making. Now, Blacktooth Entertainment is proud to announce that it’s finally time to get your head ready for banging and dust off those horns as Crimson Shadows get set to release the debut full-length album “Glory On The Battlefield” on Saturday, February 11th at The Hard Luck Bar (772A Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON).

"I'm really happy about releasing this album because so much has gone into it. The speed, technicality, and the sheer brutality are some things that I'm really proud of on this album. We feel that we've finally found our own sound and we can bring something unique to the heavy metal table that hasn't been done before." commented Crimson Shadows vocalist Jimi Maltais.

The following press release was also issued about the band and release show:

"Death and power metal are not two genres that are often mixed. In fact, it’s almost unthinkable. But for Toronto, ON-based Crimson Shadows it’s all about ignoring convention and developing new sounds.

"Combining the guttural screams and blast beats of death metal with epic guitar harmonies and choruses signature to power metal, Crimson Shadows recorded their mind-shattering debut at Shatterpoint Studios at the end of 2011 and are finally ready to unleash it on the masses.

"Quebec's Kalter, Toronto’s folk metallers Bolero and Burning the Day will be joining Crimson Shadows for a CD release show and party of epic proportions only suitable for a band ballsy enough to fuse death and power metal. Can you handle it?"

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Glory on the Battlefield (intro)
2. Battle Hard
3. Beyond the Mountain Wasteland
4. For the Glory of the Throne
5. Kingdom of Ale
6. Quest for the Sword
7. Lost in a Dark Forest
8. Journeys End

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