Sweden’s power metal commando BLOODBOUND returns with its 7th studio album, titled “War Of Dragons”, on February 24th, via AFM Records. No doubt, their new piece of work is the most bombastic and fast-paced of BLOODBOUND’s entire career. After “Battle In The Sky”, now another brand new Metal hymn called “Stand And Fight” was made available for streaming, below:
“War Of Dragons” will be relaesed as CD, 2CD Digipak, ltd. Vinyl & ltd. Box Set.
BLOODBOUND on to tour (+ Crystal Viper und Thobbe Englund):
28.03.17 PL Gdansk – B90
29.03.17 PL Warsaw – Poglos
30.03.17 AT Wien – Das Bach
31.03.17 CZ Zlin – Masters Of Rock Cafe
01.04.17 DE Leipzig – Hellraiser
02.04.17 HU Budapest – Barba Negra
03.04.17 DE München – Backstage
04.04.17 FR Paris – Glazart
05.04.17 DE Weinheim – Cafe Central
06.04.17 FR Essen – Turock
07.04.17 CH Pratteln – Z7
08.04.17 BE Vosselaar – Biebob
09.04.17 DE Hamburg – Markthalle
Swedish power metal commando BLOODBOUND has released a brand new video clip, filmed for the song “Battle In The Sky”, which comes off the band’s upcoming album, “War Of Dragons” (out February 24th via AFM Records). Watch the video below.
It’s been an impressive journey for BLOODBOUND: The Swedish power metal commando has become more and more popular in recent years. All this falls back on talent and hard work: Since 2005 BLOODBOUND have not only released six studio albums and a Live DVD/CD, they have also toured with giants such as Sabaton, HammerFall and U.D.O. – in the process winning over a very devoted and loyal fanbase of metalheads. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that BLOODBOUND’s next career move would be a headlining tour now – armed with their brand new studio album, titled “War Of Dragons”. It’s basically a continuation of the successful “Stormborn” (2014), but offering more fast-paced tracks, without lacking the anthemic feel the band is known for. BLOODBOUND are masters in combining melody with power and “War Of Dragons” perfectly displays the evolution that the band has gone through since their debut “Nosferatu” was let loose.