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THEOCRACY: NEW ALBUM “AS THE WORLD BLEEDS” ANNOUNCED

The Athens, Georgia-based melodic metal band THEOCRACY will release their new album “As The World Bleeds” on November 25th in Europe through Ulterium Records and on November 21st in North America through Nightmare Records. The album will also be released as a double gatefold vinyl edition, strictly limited to 500 copies worldwide.

“As The World Bleeds” track listing;
01. I AM
02. The Master Storyteller
03. Nailed
04. Hide in the Fairytale
05. The Gift of Music
06. 30 Pieces of Silver
07. Drown
08. Altar to the Unknown God
09. Light of the World
10. As the World Bleeds

Check out an album teaser at YouTube: http://youtu.be/lRqVm0eLt68

“As the World Bleeds” can be pre-ordered through the Ulterium Records Store: http://www.ulteriumstore.bigcartel.com

Theocracy is heading to Europe for an eight date headliner tour starting October 21st that will take them through Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Slovakia and Czech Republic.

For more information on Theocracy;
Official website: http://www.theocracymusic.com
Official facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/theocracyband

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