Running Wild - Reveal New Album Cover Artwork

The veterans Running Wild are releasing the new album Resilient this upcoming October and the album cover is now out in the open. You can feast your eyes on it below. The new album will feature ten new tracks and is scheduled for release on regular CD on October 7th, 2013 (Germany: October 4th, USA: October 8th), and two additional bonus tracks and a poster will be included on the limited version of the album.

Rolf "Rock 'N' Rolf" Kasparek explains that Resilient is audibly tougher and more compact than its predecessor: "Shadowmaker happened to come about slightly unexpectedly and spontaneously, even for me. The album has brought back the fun I used to have with Running Wild, and my fans will get to feel this fun when Resilient comes out in October!"

Resilient was produced by Rock'n'Rolf himself, supported by Niki Nowy during the mixing and mastering process, as well as Katharina Nowy and Peter Jordan, who contributed a number of guitar solos. For the first time, Rolf worked with precise vocal lines during the demo recordings. "The targeted use of lyrics and vocal melodies during the demo stage was new for me, but it worked out really well and I've never gone to the studio as well prepared as I did this time around. I didn't have to try and test things but only had to put a few finishing touches to my singing at the studio. A definite advantage!"


01. Soldiers Of Fortune
02. Resilient
03. Adventure Highway
04. The Drift
05. Desert Rose
06. Fireheart
07. Run Riot
08. Down To The Wire
09. Crystal Gold
10. Bloody Island
11. Payola & Shenanigans [limited edition bonus track]
12. Premonition [limited edition bonus track]

Band profile: Running Wild
Posted: 24.08.2013 by BloodTears


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24.08.2013 - 13:31
24.08.2013 - 18:57
These guys bring back some great memories. They use to be able to serve up some tasty pirate atmosphere. It was back when metal had nowhere near the breadth it has today. They were different and talented for the day. In some respects, they were also pioneers of a genre.

But metal has evolved. And these guys just seem like they've aged. Shadowmaker was a cat turd. And Resilient is a synonymous for Stubborn. But.. Rolf is Grandpa Pirate, and I'll be checking out there new album, even if just for nostalgia and respect.

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