On July 29th, Italian gothic doom metallers The Foreshadowing will release their fourth full-length, Seven Heads Ten Horns, via Metal Blade Records in North America. Featuring nine eerie tracks, Seven Heads Ten Horns will take listeners on an abysmal journey from the past to the future of humankind – that promises to once again please fans and critics alike! For a preview of the album – and to pre-order the record in various formats! – please visit: metalblade.com/theforeshadowing, where the lyric video for the new single “17” can be viewed.
Formed in 2005, The Foreshadowing gained popularity in the international gothic doom scene with their three acclaimed albums released between 2007 and 2012: Days of Nothing (2007), Oionos (2010) and Second World (2012). In 2013 (after performing at some of the most prestigious festivals in Europe), The Foreshadowing toured North America for the first time with Moonspell, Marduk, Inquisition and Death Wolf – which only furthered the band’s success in the States. Upon concluding their worldwide touring for Second World, the six-piece started writing their next opus – entitled Seven Heads Ten Horns. Produced and recorded by The Foreshadowing at Outer Sound Studios, Seven Heads Ten Horns was mixed and mastered at Hertz Studio (Poland) by Sławek and Wojtek Wiesławski and features artwork by Siro Anton (Septicflesh). See below for the official track-listing!
Seven Heads Ten Horns track-listing:
2. Fall Of Heroes
3. Two Horizons
4. New Babylon
5. Lost Soldiers
7. Until We Fail
9. Nimrod (I – The Eerie Tower, II – Omelia, III – Collapse, V – Inno al Dolore)
The Foreshadowing line-up:
Marco I. Benevento – Vocals
Alessandro Pace – Guitars
Andrea Chiodetti – Guitars
Francesco Sosto – Keyboards & Backing Vocals
Francesco Giulianelli – Bass
Giuseppe Orlando – Drums
The Foreshadowing online:
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