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Sacred Steel presents “Let There Be Steel” video

About three more weeks and the new, highly anticipated SACRED STEEL album “Heavy Metal Sacrifice” will finally see the light of day!

Today, Cruz Del Sur Music and the band present a second track out of it: “Let There Be Steel”, a manifesto of SACRED STEEL’s music and philosophy. The lyric video can be seen below.
“Heavy Metal Sacrifice” celebrates SACRED STEEL’s 20th year of activity and promises to be one of their heaviest album ever. It will be released through Cruz Del Sur Music on digipak, LP (black and limited gold) and digital on 14th October 2016. Both the digipak and the LP feature an embossed band logo and album title.

SACRED STEEL will hold a release party on 15th October in their hometown Ludwigsburg with Tankard, Stallion, Tragedy Divine and label mates Septagon.

On related news, the band will perform this Saturday at Harder Than Steel Festival in Dittingheim (DE) in replacement of Lethal Steel. They will hit the stage at 17:30 right before their label mates Dark Forest. The bill includes Seven Sisters, Frenzy, Steel Lover, Tokyo Blade and Ross The Boss.  More info at: https://www.facebook.com/harderthansteelfest

 

Upcoming live dates:
01.10.2016 – Harder Than Steel Festival – Dittingheim (GER), Sporthalle

15.10.2016 – 20 years of Sacred Steel Festival & Record Releaseparty – Ludwigsburg (GER), Scala
21.10.2016 – Vienna (A), Escape
22.10.2016 – Phantoms Of Pilsen, Pilsen (CZ)
12.11.2016 – Burn This Town Festival – Rome (IT), Traffic Club
13.01.2017 – Hamburg (GER), Bambi Galore

http://www.sacredsteel.eu / https://www.facebook.com/sacredsteelofficial


http://www.cruzdelsurmusic.com

About David Farrell

General Manager and 'THE' competition guy at planetmosh.com. Manager of The Goddanm Electric www.thegde.co.uk, Tour manager for Serpentine, and ex-general Dogsbody at Hammerfest.co.uk. Media partner to numerous bands. Also takes photos, writes reviews and likes classic rock, with a touch of thrash to get the blood flowing.
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