GLORYFUL – Heavy Metal Crusaders Introduce New Bassist, New Song Available For Streaming
From Massacre Records:
Good news, GLORYFUL’s new album is set to be released in late April.
“Ocean Blade” was mixed by Dan Swanö (Edge Of Sanity, Asphyx, Motorjesus) at Unisound and mastered by Powerwolf’s Charles Greywolf at Studio Greywolf. Kris Verwimp is responsible for the cover artwork.
You can listen to the brand new song “Cradle Of Heroes” in its entirety here:
The band has now also introduced their new bassist! Shortly before the recording of the upcoming album “Ocean Blade”, former bassist Oliver Karasch decided to leave GLORYFUL.
“Due to personal reasons, I can’t fulfill the role as bassist of Gloryful anymore. It was a great time and I will always cherish the memories of great shows and the best company anyone could imagine. This has been the best band I ever played in and I’m glad that a good replacement could be found, otherwise I wouldn’t have left.”
Daniel Perl about his new role as GLORYFUL’s bassist:
“Working his artilleristic instrument, he had flattened the ground – besides his band members – for the infantristic sound to take over. As this good man has taken a back seat, it was my call to enter the band. With great pleasure and honor I’m taking the task that has been Oliver’s since the start of Gloryful. Locked and loaded and ready to rumble in the name of Heavy Metal, let the war begin!”
GLORYFUL’s new album “Ocean Blade” will be released on April 25, 2014 via Massacre Records!
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LONG LIVE GLORYFUL.
LONG LIVE GERMANY.
LONG LIVE METAL.
LONG LIVE MASSACRE RECORDS.
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