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Arrayan Path Posts Updates On New Album "IV: Stigmata"

Cypriot power metal act Arrayan Path posted an update on the follow up to the band's third release "Ira Imperium," which will be entitled "IV: Stigmata." The album has no release date as of yet, and is delayed due to new arrivals in several band members families (including vocalist Nicholas Leptos). The announcement via Facebook includes various new song titles:

Hey everyone! Just a small update on the new album: the bad news is it's going to be delayed as 2 of the members in the band have had some unexpected arrivals in their family! So congratulations to them! The good news is that the whole process is well on its way, the songs have been chosen and they sound killer! As we already announced, the album will be called: IV:Stigmata. We do have a few song titles for you and they are the following: 'Stigmata', 'Midnight and the first-born massacre', 'The Storyteller', 'Pharaoh's wish', 'Judas Iscariot' and 'Harbingers in God's court'. The band has also decided to re-record a few songs from our debut album 'Road to Macedonia'. I think it's about time to do these songs some justice! Finally, the song 'Mystic moon' from the 'Macedonia' sessions will be re-mixed and partly re-recorded. All of this of course, AFTER the release of our next album. Peace to all!

In a second update, the band also announced that vocalist Jimmy Mavrommatis of Cyprus' Armageddon will be lending his vocals as a guest on the new album:

"In other news, Jimmy Mavrommatis, legendary singer of Armageddon rev 16:16 and one of the most important performers of the Cyprus metal scene, will be participating on our new album on a duet with our singer Nicholas Leptos! They both will be screaming their guts out on song 'Harbingers in God's court'. HISTORY IN THE MAKING!"

More information on the album is expected soon.

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