Ulterium Records are proud to announce the reissues of the classic KREYSON albums “Angel on the run” and “Crusaders”. The heavy metal band KREYSON from Czech Republic released the albums in 1990 and 1992 and both were certified gold in their home country. “Angel on the run” was produced by Rolf Kasparek [Running Wild].

The re-issues will be released on August 5th through Ulterium Records and they both feature new artwork by Felipe Machado Franco [Blind Guardian, Rhapsody of Fire, Iced Earth].

“Angel on the run” track listing;
1. Kreyson 04:05
2. Skalp 03:11
3. Deep in the Night 04:29
4. No Blue Skies 04:15
5. Faraway 04:22
6. Angel on the Run 03:07
7. Dreamin’ 03:59
8. Golden Ark 03:34
9. I Need You 05:48
10. Fade Out 03:14

“Crusaders” track listing;
1. Pilgrimage 02:47
2. Crusaders 05:15
3. Commandments 03:41
4. No Bad Thing 04:22
5. Still 04:03
6. Stay a Moment 03:43
7. Forgiveness 03:23
8. Cries 04:56
9. Give Me Hope 03:21
10. The Prisoner 04:17

Click the links below to listen to one track of each album over at YouTube; Kreyson – Kreyson [taken from “Angel on the run”]:

Kreyson – Crusaders [taken from “Crusaders”]: http://youtu.be/g-WWJTEBuEQ

Check out the album artwork;
Kreyson – Angel on the run:
http://www.ulterium-records.com/promo/kreyson_angel_web.jpg
Kreyson – Crusaders:
http://www.ulterium-records.com/promo/kreyson_crusaders_web.jpg

Both albums are available for pre-ordering through the Ulterium Records
Store: http://www.ulteriumstore.bigcartel.com
For more information: http://www.ulterium-records.com

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