DARKOLOGY UNVEIL ‘FATED TO BURN’ ALBUM DETAILS, LYRIC VIDEO STREAMING
US heavy metallers DARKOLOGY will release their sophomore album, ‘Fated To Burn‘ between the 8th and the 15th of June 2015, through Prime Eon Media and it’s partners worldwide, on CD and digital formats. Multiple special package configurations will be made exclusively available through the band’s web store and a vinyl release may follow later in the year. The album artwork and the new lyric video for the song ‘On Morrow’s Break‘ can be viewed here.
DARKOLOGY features in it’s ranks the amazing Harris brothers, Michael (Thought Chamber, Arch Rival, Leather, Chastain) on guitars and Brian (Firewind, Solstice (US), My own Victim, etc.) on drums respectively. On vocals Kelly Sundown Carpenter (Beyond Twilight , Outworld, Epysode and former touring vocalist for Firewind), returns with some OUT OF THIS WORLD performances. Last but not least the extremely talented bassist Mike Neal (Medieval Steel, Salems Lot, etc.) lays down some solid grooves and has even co-written about half of the songs on this album, as well as most of the lyrics, making this a great, highly collaborative, team effort.
01. Kill Me If You Can
02. Beyond The Grave
03. On Morrows Break
04. The Eyes Of The Machine
05. Quantum Genocide
06. The Shadows Of Oth
07. Fated To Burn
08. 21st Century Frankensteins (Nobot2)
09. Festival Of Fear
11. Nightmare King
i. Shadows Of The Abyss
ii. The Summoning
iii. The Construct
iv. Eternus Nocturne: The Dark Domain
12. Your Hollow Soul (instrumental mix, bonus track)
Chris Tsangarides, the famous Anglo-Cypriot, Grammy nominated producer did handle mixing duties and mastering took place at AthensMastering.
An enthusiastic Chris exclaims: ‘As I was mixing the album and as the songs were coming alive, I was thinking wow this is good, that is also good, this is VERY good. This happened about a dozen times. It’s rather rare at this day and age, that you get an album that’s all killer and no filler and I am not using that expression lightly. ‘Fated To Burn‘ is a must have album. It’s an aural assault of all senses with plenty of melody and bombast for the most discerning Metal-heads.‘