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Dragonsclaw Reveals First Details On New Album & Extended Single/EP

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Traditional/classic metal act Dragonsclaw checked in with Metalunderground.com with the first details of the band's upcoming EP and full length follow up to the debut release "Prophecy" (See review at this location).

In a full interview with vocalist Giles Lavery (to be posted later this week), the band is currently in the process of completing the writing process for the follow up to "Prophecy," which started in November 2011. As Lavery explains, the band plans to release an extended EP/single entitled "Judgement Day" in late November as a prelude to the yet untitled full length release in 2013:

"We have about 15 tracks in various states of completion, and we are at the moment making the selection process of the strongest ideas…there will be an EP out around late November which will be in advance of the album…the title is 'Judgement Day' this is our single and first taste of the album, it a very catchy metal track, similar in some ways to “Angels in White” off the first but a little harder. Also on the EP will be 4 other non-album tracks, that are very very good indications of the growth of the songwriting. Those tracks are titled “Watching My Every Move” “Fear” “Battle Cry” and “Eternally”. Rounding out this rather long EP (for a low EP price) will be a couple cover tunes of some classic underground metal tracks many will know… and 2 live songs from our recent tour with Steve Grimmett."

Stay tuned for the full interview to follow later this week.

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