MIND'S EYE: 'A Gentleman's Hurricane' To Receive Japanese Release In August

MIND'S EYE, the Swedish progressive rock/metal band featuring former/current members of THERION, SECRET SPHERE and NOVAK, will release its new album, "A Gentleman's Hurricane", in Japan on August 1 via Mellow Music. It will contain the bonus track "Those Who Fear" and the DVD "The Making of A Gentleman's Hurricane" in NTSC format. The whole package will be slightly different from the European release as the Japanese release will be a resized magazine, double CD package as opposed to the European/U.S. release which will be a DVD package. The first 150 Japanese fans who order the disc through Disc Union Japan will receive the extra song called "The Art of an Angel".

"A Gentleman's Hurricane" track listing:

01. Praying For Confession
02. Seven Days
03. AssassiNation
04. Chaos Unleashed
05. Hell's Invitation
06. Feed My Revolver
07. Ashes to Ashes (In Land Lullaby)
08. The Hour of Need (feat. CRUCIFIED BARBARA singer Mia Coldheart)
09. Red Winter Sirens
10. Skin Crawl
11. Graveyard Hands
12. Say Goodnight
13. Pandora's Musical Box
14. Those Who Fear (Japanese bonus track feat. Tommy Denander)

MIND'S EYE's video for the song "Feed My Revolver" is available for viewing at this location. The clip was produced by Fredrik Englund and Viktor Blanke. A preview of the "The Making of…" DVD which will accompany the album can be found here (Windows Media).

With regards to the new album's concept, the band previously said, "The story deals with an assassin's life and whom he killed, everything based on 90% actual facts and 10% fiction, making this an essential nail-biting journey for anyone. The booklet [was once] again done by Mattias Norén (EVERGREY, JOHN PETRUCCI, ARENA), this time really going into depths with the characters in the story, really making them come alive like never before."

To see the "A Gentleman's Hurricane" artwork, click here.


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