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AUDREY HORNE Release First Track & Music Video From Upcoming Album!






AUDREY HORNE Unleash New Song & Video


AUDREY HORNE will be back on the road with their new beauty “Blackout” in January 2018 – as a brand new release and for a tour throughout Germany, France, the Netherlands and Switzerland as well.

Today (16th November) the band delivers a kick-ass live video for the first song from the new album entitled “This Is War” which is a massive rock`n`roll party!

AUDREY HORNE states on the first track release “This Is War”:
“We are proud to soon be able to release our new album Blackout, and to give you a taste of what’s to come we are doing an early release of the opening track “This is war”. We are first and foremost a live band so we have added some images from our life on the road to accompany it. Hope to see you as a part of this when we start our tour in January.
Stay classy,
Audrey Horne. “

Lend your ear to the thundering Iron Maiden leads that “This Is War” has to offer and watch the video HERE!

Album artwork by Asle Birkeland







Full Blackout track listing:
1. This Is War
2. Audrevolution
3. Blackout
4. This One
5. Midnight Man
6. Light Your Way
7. California
8. Satellite
9. Naysayer
10. Rose Alley
11. Juggernaut (Bonus Track)
12. The End (Bonus Track)


Blackout will be available in the following formats:
Ltd Digipack incl 2 Bonus Tracks
1LP Gatefold + 7inch incl 2 Bonus Tracks
Digital Album 10 Tracks





Get your exclusive pre-order HERE right NOW!


Tour dates:

18.01.2018 DE – Berlin, Musik & Frieden
19.01.2018 NL – Arnhem, Willemeen
20.01.2018 FR – Paris, Le Petit Bain
21.01.2018 DE – Frankfurt, Nachtleben
22.01.2018 DE – Cologne, Jungle
24.01.2018 CH – Oberentfelden, Börömpömpöm
25.01.2018 DE – Munich, Kranhalle
26.01.2018 DE – Dresden, Beatpol
28.01.2018 DE – Hamburg, Hafenklang



For More Info Visit:
www.facebook.com/AudreyHorneOfficial/
www.audreyhornemusic.com

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