Demon Hunter Prepare Limited Edition Vinyl Release Of True Defiance
Hard rock titans DEMON HUNTER are pleased to announce that a limited edition vinyl release of their lauded sixth album, True Defiance, is set to hit stores July 31st from Solid State Records. Limited to a one-time pressing of 1000 copies, the double LP, double gatefold package features stunning large scale versions of DEMON HUNTER frontman and graphic artist Ryan Clark’s beautiful artwork - making this a must have for DEMON HUNTER fans and vinyl collectors.
Fresh off a stint headlining the Scream The Prayer tour,DEMON HUNTERis currently gearing up for another headlining run - the True Defiance Tour, with support from BLEEDING THROUGH, CANCER BATS, THE PLOT IN YOU and WILLOWS. The tour, presented by Blue Collar Press and Revolver, kicks off July 26th. Released this past April,True Defiancemade a major splash when it bowed at an impressive #36 on the Billboard 200. The debut marked the highest chart position of the band’s already storied carreer, edging out the previous best set by their 2010 albumThe World Is A Thorn, which debuted at #39. Further,True Defiancedominated genre charts upon its release, landing at #3 on the Billboard Hard Rock Chart, #14 on the Billboard Rock Chart and #1 on the Christian Rock Chart. Produced by Aaron Sprinkle (ANBERLIN, EMERY) and mixed by Jason Suecof (ALL THAT REMAINS, TRIVIUM),True DefianceseesDEMON HUNTERcontinuing in their hard rock evolution while embracing the components that have always formed the backbone of their music: true metal, dark rock and balladry. The album marked a vital new chapter in the celebrated history ofDEMON HUNTER, who are currently marking their 10th year of writing, breaking and erasing the rules of hard rock. Not ones to rest on their laurels, however, the members created an album that not only lives up to their own lofty standards, but sets a new high-water mark for whatDHis capable of.
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