THEOCRACY: JAPANESE RELEASE OF “AS THE WORLD BLEEDS” ANNOUNCED

The Japanese label King Records will release the Theocracy album “As The World Bleeds” in Japan on April 25th. The Japanese edition will include two bonus tracks; “I’m in a Cage [Neal Morse cover]” and “Martyr [Live in the Studio]”.

The track listing for the Japanese edition of “As The World Bleeds”;

01. The Master Storyteller
02. Nailed
03. Hide in the Fairytale
04. 30 Pieces of Silver
05. The Gift of Music
06. Light of the World
07. Drown
08. Altar to the Unknown God
09. As the World Bleeds
10. I AM
Bonus tracks;
11. I’m in a Cage [Neal Morse cover] 12. Martyr [Live in the Studio]

“As The World Bleeds” was released in Europe on November 25th through Ulterium Records and in North America on November 21st through Nightmare Records.

“As The World Bleeds” debuted at #40 in the Billboard Heatseekers Chart during the first week of release.

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

“As the World Bleeds” artwork: http://www.ulterium-records.com/promo/theocracy/theocracy_artwork.jpg
Theocracy band photo: http://www.ulterium-records.com/promo/theocracy/theocracy_band.jpg

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

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