CONQUEST Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

St. Louis, Missouri-based power/thrash metallers CONQUEST are putting the finishing touches on their new album, "The War We Rage", for a summer/fall release via Dark Star Records. Produced once again by CONQUEST lead singer Derrick Brumley, the CD is being engineered by Adam Long, who also worked on the band's debut album, "End Of Days".

"The War We Rage" will mark the recording debut of CONQUEST's new bass player Rob Boyer.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. The War We Rage
02. Wicked
03. Against All Odds
04. Never Forget
05. Tomorrows Black
06 Live Free Or Die
07. Turn Me Away
08. Coming With Vengeance
09. Scream For My Life
10. Get Off My Back
11. Tyrant Of The New World
12. Fall From Grace

In other news, CONQUEST has decided to re-release its popular single called "Never Forget" a new tribute to 9/11 as a free download. Check it out at this location.

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