TWISTED TOWER DIRE: Details Of Early-Album Reissues Revealed

On February 17, Heaven and Hell Records will re-release the first two TWISTED TOWER DIRE albums, "The Curse of Twisted Tower" and "Isle of Hydra". Each title will be made available as a limited-edition (1,000 copies) two-disc set featuring "a ton" of bonus material from the beginning of the band's career up through the time of each album's original release date, including material never before released on CD.

For the complete details of each reissue, go to this location.

Commented the label in a press release: "We are proud to be working with one of the best underground true heavy metal bands around today. Over their career, TWISTED TOWER DIRE have built a strong cult following among the legions of heavy metal fans around the world that has truly been earned. The power, the glory, and the honor of these real metal warriors is more than deserving of these upcoming releases. Please watch for more details on these releases, they are sure to satisfy all fans both new and die-hards."


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