Manilla Road - New Track Available For Streaming


Manilla Road are preparing to release a new album next month and now Shadow Kingdom Records has made available online the brand new song "The Grey God Passes" from Mysterium which you can listen to here. This is already the 16th album from the American heavy metal band.

According to the label, "the new album is just another quality Manilla Road release that sounds a lot more classic than their previous, more experimental album Playground Of The Damned."

Mysterium will be officially out via Golden Core/ZYX on February 1st, 2013 in Europe and through Shadow Kingdom Records on February 19th in North America and can be pre-ordered here.




Mysterium tracklist:

01. The Grey God Passes
02. Stand Your Ground
03. The Battle Of Bonchester Bridge
04. Hermitage
05. Do What Thou Will
06. Only The Brave
07. Hallowed Be Thy Grave
08. The Fountain
09. The Calling
10. Mysterium

Source: shadowkingdomrecords.bandcamp.com
Band profile: Manilla Road
 
Posted: 29.01.2013 by BloodTears


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29.01.2013 - 12:41
!J.O.O.E.!
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Hmm, it's hard to believe that's Mark Shelton. Seems to have lost everything great and unusual about his voice.
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29.01.2013 - 13:25
R'Vannith
ghedengi
I didn't really enjoy the previous one, can't seem to remember it at all... So expectations aren't all that high.
I agree with Joe too, he seems to have lost his edge. His work on the album released under his side project Hellwell last year was pretty bland as well :/
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29.01.2013 - 16:31
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Damn what happened? The previous album was a good album but this is just terrible.
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29.01.2013 - 19:55
eViL tAiLs
HellWell is awesome. Not sure about this one after listening to the youtube sampler. Seems tired? Production is at least better than the last couple of Manilla Road releases.....
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29.01.2013 - 22:22
UnknownCheese
That's definitely Hellroadie on vocals. He was better when he sounded like a Shark clone, because this just doesn't sound good.
The guitar doesn't sound good either. The distortion sounds cheap, and the riffs (which are pretty good) are sort of drowned in the fuzz. At least the solo was nice.
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29.01.2013 - 23:59
Druss
From the intro riff, almost sounded like it was gonna be a classic MR song, but God those vocals...I don't have much complaints about their last album or even Shelton's Hellwell, but these sound terrible...bit worried now about the finished product.
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