STEELWING: New Song Posted Online

March 3, 2010

Swedish metal act STEELWING (formerly SCAVENGER) will release its debut album, "Lord Of The Wasteland", in Europe on April 30, 2010 via Noise Art Records, a division of Rock The Nation. The CD was recorded at Deep Blue Studios with producer Nicko DiMarino.

"Lord Of The Wasteland" track listing:

01. Enter The Wasteland
02. Headhunter
03. Roadkill (...Or Be Killed)
04. Sentinel Hill
05. The Illusion
06. The Nightwatcher
07. Under The Scavenger Sun
08. Point of Singularity
09. Clash of the Two Tribes

The song "Roadkill (...Or Be Killed)" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

STEELWING will support German power metallers BLIND GUARDIAN on their fall 2010 European tour.

"We're very excited about touring with a well-known and respected act like BLIND GUARDIAN," STEELWING said in a statement. "We see this as great opportunity to gain experience and show Europe who we are! We promise that we'll kick 100% ass every night, you can count on that!"

STEELWING was awarded a record deal as part of a contest launched by the Austrian management and booking company Rock The Nation. This unique competition was presented and promoted by all leading European metal magazines, including the German, Italian, Spanish and Greek editions of Metal Hammer; Terrorizer (U.K.); Metallian (France); Scream (Norway); Rock Tribune (Belgium); Spark (Czech Republic); and the Dutch webzine

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