HEAVEN ABLAZE: New Album Artwork Revealed
London, Ontario-based melodic death metal band HEAVEN ABLAZE has revealed the artwork (by Tim Boughton of Dissonance studios) for its new album, "Proclamation Armageddon". The CD was recorded at Mindscape Studios in London, Ontario by Nigel Curly, vocalist/guitarist of EXCRUCIATING THOUGHTS and was mastered by by Colin Davis at Imperial Mastering in Pacheco, California.
"Proclamation Armageddon" will be released at the band's hometown concert gig on July 26.
According to the group's official bio, HEAVEN ABLAZE's "unique style of death metal incorporates the aspects of heavy melodic guitar playing, captivating harmonies, explosive guitar soloing, heart pounding drums and guttural vocal melodies."
HEAVEN ABLAZE is:
Derek Haley (Lead Guitar)
Pat (Rhythm Guitar)
Jeff Wood (Drums)
Jeremy Walsh (Bass)
Derek Lee (Vocals)
For more information, visit the the group's MySpace page.
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