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Meliah Rage release video for 'Dark As Your Thoughts', from their upcoming new album 'Idol Hands'

April 25, 2018

Meliah Rage have released a video for "Dark As Your Thoughts", from their upcoming new album Idol Hands. Watch the clip below.

The ninth studio album of the US power/thrash veterans from Boston will be out on April 27th (at the Keep It True festival). It was a long time in the making as this time the band's leader, composer and guitarist Anthony Nichols wanted to leave no stone unturned to ensure it sounds just like he had envisioned it. And the delay was really worth it - it sounds huge!

This album marks the return of Paul Souza (the vocal powerhouse that can be heard on the band's three older studio albums) whose more melodic voice complements the music perfectly, and it features some of the most inspired songwriting and best guitar work in the band's history. It's still most comparable to Metallica, but fans of Metal Church, Wargasm, Xentrix, Flotsam And Jetsam, Heretic and Testament should be pleased with it too.

Says the band: "At the Keep It True festival we'll have a small table space for selling our releases, so if you're there and would like to buy the new Meliah Rage CD (or any other of our releases), just come up to our stand!

"Until next Thursday night, May 3rd midnight Standard Central European Time (UTC+1), you can pre-order this CD from our Shop. page with German shipping rates, which are especially convenient for orders from Germany and from outside of Europe. We made it available also in convenient bundles with the previous studio album Warrior and/or the rereleased at the same time Dead To The World 2018 Edition CD.

"And, as always, those who don't collect CDs, can pre-order the album as digital download (in lossless formats) from our Bandcamp page. Later on the album will be distributed digitally by CD Baby and made available also from iTunes, Amazon MP3, eMusic and other retailers."

 

 

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