Ottawa, ON’s melodic death thrashers Chariots of The Gods are proud to release their full length album ‘Tides of War’ on Tuesday, January 29th.
“It’s finally here; it’s with great pleasure that we present our first full length album to the world, ‘TIDES OF WAR’ is now unleashed and you should be warned, this beast is without mercy!” comments vocalist Renaud Jobin.
Produced by award winning producer/engineer/mixer Glen Robinson who has worked with names such as The Ramones, AC/DC, GWAR, Annihilator and Voivod, COTG’s new album delivers 14 epic, crushing tracks to follow up their well received 2010 debut EP ‘Reverence,’ which the band aggressively toured in Quebec and Ontario, sharing the stage with names such as Misfits, Voivod, Despised Icon, Kataklysm, Blind Witness, Misery Index, Martyr, Fuck the Facts, Blackguard, Neuraxis, The Agonist, Reanimator and Insurrection.
The metallers have released two singles off the album ‘Unbound’ featuring guest vocals by Aleksi Sihvonen of Norther and a FREE DOWNLOAD of the title track, both can be heard and purchased with the album at the following locations on bandcamp and iTunes. The band will also be premiering their new music video for the title track on Jan 30th on BlankTV. A teaser video for it can be viewed below.
Track Listing – Tides of War
- Seventh Weapon
- Blind Assassin
- Ambrosian Wings
- Tides of War [Free Download]
- Revillusion (1905)
- Snow Falls On The White River (1914)
- Severing The Bloodline (1917)
- Collapse of An Empire
- Red Skies
- Unbound (feat. Aleksi Sihvonen)
- Annihilation of The Gods
Music Video Teaser – ‘Tides of War’
In additional news, COTG will be performing at this year’s Drummondville Metal Fest V on Feb 9th with the province of Quebec’s top metal talents Cryptopsy (Montreal), Ghoulunatics (Montreal), Bookakee (Montreal), 101 Proof (Montreal), Trollheims (Trois-Rivieres), Odium (Walkerton, ON) and L’Habit Me Suce Le Moine (Drummondville) along with a show date in Montreal, QC the following week on Feb 16th with Burning The Oppressor and La Corriveau (Quebec City).
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