CLOVEN HOOF: 'Eye Of The Sun' Released On Halloween

Reunited NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) legends CLOVEN HOOF will release a new album, entitled "Eye of the Sun", on October 31 via XZec Records. The first 1,000 copies will be autographed by each band member as part of a limited edition.

"Eye of the Sun" was produced by Tom Galley of the PHENOMENA fame, who has previously worked with such high-calibre musicians as Brian May, Cozy Powell, Neil Murray, John Thomas, Glenn Hughes, Mel Galley, Don Airey, Ray Gillen, and Scott Gorham. The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Inquisitor
02. Whore of Babylon
03. Absolute Power
04. Angels in Hell
05. Kiss of Evil
06. Eye of the Sun
07. King for a Day
08. Golgotha
09. Freak Show
10. Running Man

Check out audio samples at this location.

CLOVEN HOOF's current lineup is:

Matt Moreton - Lead Vocals
Andy Shortland - Lead Guitar
Lee Payne - Bass Guitar
Orlin (Lynch) Radinsky - Drums


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