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BATTLE BEAST Announce New Album ”Unholy Savior”!

That’s right folks! Our new album ”Unholy Savior” is hitting the shelves on January 09 (EU), January 12 (UK) and January 13 (US) 2015! Not just that, but we also got the cover and the track list for you!

Pre-order NOW!: http://smarturl.it/BATTLE-BEASTSaviorNB

Booyah! Give it some LIKES!

 

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”Unholy Savior” track list:

1. Lionheart
2. Unholy Savior
3. I Want The World….And Everything In It
4. Madness
5. Sea Of Dreams
6. Speed And Danger
7. Touch In The Night
8. The Black Swordsman
9. Hero’s Quest
10. Far Far Away
11. Angel Cry

”Unholy Savior” by BATTLE BEAST out on Nuclear Blast January 9 (EU), January 12. and January 13. (US).

 

 

www.battlebeast.fi

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'Kin 'ell Stef, I see what you mean...they've gone all things 'Poppy', but I like it and the song a lot. I absolutely loved the last album, so will definitely be getting this one, change or not.

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'Kin 'ell Stef, I see what you mean...they've gone all things 'Poppy', but I like it and the song a lot. I absolutely loved the last album, so will definitely be getting this one, change or not.

 

Fooking hell indeed. The more I listen to it, the more I love it.

Very bold of them but I think it's brilliant.

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Been spinning this all day and it's a beaut. A good mix of stuff from the more poppy 'Touch In The Night' (which it has to be said is awesome and is gonna be one of the best tracks this year) and bonus track 'Push It To The Limit' , which is very Brother Firetribe like in sound, through to the more familiar , big bombastic metal tracks the band usually do ('Madness' above being a good example) and a couple of nice ballads as well. Play loud and enjoy, as it's super stuff

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Love that digipak bonus track. One of the albums best tracks

 

The best track on the album.

 

I really liked the sound of this track....reminded me of Pat Benetar vocally.

 

Unfortunately the rest is definitely not for me!!

 

But you enjoy it guys.......

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Love that digipak bonus track. One of the albums best tracks

 

The best track on the album.

 

I really liked the sound of this track....reminded me of Pat Benetar vocally.

 

Unfortunately the rest is definitely not for me!!

 

But you enjoy it guys.......

 

 

Actually I did quite like that 'Touch In The Night' track as well.

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Agree with nightrain, something is off in thus one even though there are highlights throughout thus release.

 

The Japanese release also has another cover, this time not giorgio moreover but wasn't wild child.

 

They also had another bonus on the steel album called stay black. Awesome track with the original vocalist.

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Loved their first album. Neuromancer, Into the Heart of Danger and Machine Revolution made it on to my favourites playlist but i found Unholy Savior disappointing in comparison. It had some nearly moments but not enough for me to play it again. Hopefully they'll found some of the magic of their debut on the next one.

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Stewart. The S/T album was actually their 2nd release, 'Steel' was the debut, released in 2011 with a different vocalist and well worth checking out if you get the chance

 

I still love the 'Unholy Savior' album 4 months down the line and,like the previous one, I can see it featuring highly in my end of year list

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