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Orden Ogan & Friends

Following their latest studio album Final Days, power metal band Orden Ogan has just recently started a series of new single version releases, featuring some high-class guest singers. The tracks appear on the band’s upcoming record, Final Days: Orden Ogan & Friends, a tribute to the album itself.

On each song, vocals are provided by, among others, Stu Block (Iced Earth, Annihilator), Peavy Wagner (Rage), Andy B. Franck (Brainstorm), Chris Boltendahl (Grave Digger), Elina Siirala (Leaves’ Eyes), Leif Jensen, Ross Thompson (Van Canto), Giaccomo Voli (Rhapsody Of Fire), Dennis Diehl (Any Given Day )and Frank Beck (Gamma Ray).

In addition to  this, Nils Molin of Swedish band Dynazty sings on new single, ‘Inferno’.”As you can hear in Dynazty (and Amaranthe) Nils Molin is a phenomenal rock singer and the perfect match for a radio single like our track ‘Inferno’, said Orden Ogan front man Sebastian Levermann. “We’re so excited to have him on the record, giving the track a whole new feel and excitement. Crazy how a different vocal can completely change the song. I love this version. Check it out!”
Molin added: “I’m happy and excited to lend my voice to label mates and fellow rockers in Orden Ogan, giving my own spin to their track – ‘Inferno’! Enjoy!”

Orden Ogan release Final Days: Orden Ogan & Friends via AFM Records on 21st October, and it’s available to pre-order here.

Tracks featured are: ‘December’ (New track), ‘Heart Of The Android ft. Peavy Wagner (Rage)’, ‘In The Dawn Of The Android ft. Ross Thompson’ (Van Canto) & Frank Beck (Gamma Ray)’, ‘Inferno ft. Nils Molin (Dynazty, Amaranthe)’, ‘Let The Fire Rain ft. Stu Block (Iced Earth, Annihilator)’, ‘Interstellar ft. Andy B. Franck (Brainstorm)’, ‘Alone In The Dark ft. Chris Boltendahl (Grave Digger) & Marta Gabriel (Crystal Viper)’, ‘Black Hole ft. Leif Jensen (Dew Scented)’, ‘Absolution For Our Final Days ft. Elina Siirala (Leaves’ Eyes)’, ‘Hollow ft. Marc Lopes (Ross the Boss)’, ‘It Is Over ft. Dennis Diehl (Any Given Day)’ and ‘Fields Of Sorrow (Orchestral Version)’.


Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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