WILDESTARR To Release 'A Tell Tale Heart' In October

"Immortal", a brand new song from WILDESTARR, the band featuring guitarist/bassist Dave Starr (VICIOUS RUMORS, CHASTAIN) alongside vocalist London Wilde, can be streamed using the SoundCloud player below. The track, based on the Edgar Allen Poe short story "Ligeia", comes off the group's forthcoming sophomore album, "A Tell Tale Heart", which is described in a press release as "an epic collection of thundering metal full of power and passion, destined to please old fans and win over a legion of new ones as well."

Due on October 30 via Scarlet Records, "A Tell Tale Heart" is "symphonic, majestic, frantic, and melodic... with London Wilde's soaring vocals, Dave Starr's extraordinary guitar and bass work, and new drummer Josh Foster's frantic pounding."

WILDESTARR released its debut album, "Arrival", in August 2009 via the band's own label, Furnace Maximus Records.

For more information, visit www.wildestarr.com.

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