"Arise and Conquer", the new album from the Erie, Pennsylvania-based Christian metalcore band WAR OF AGES, sold around 2,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD, which was released on July 22 via Facedown Records, was produced by Tim Lambesis of AS I LAY DYING and features the following track listing:
01. All Consuming Fire
02. When Faith Turns to Ashes
03. Through the Flames
05. Sleep of Prisoners
06. Wages of Sin
07. Yet Another Fallen Eve
08. Generational Curse
09. The Awakening
10. The Deception of Strongholds
Capital Chaos has posted video footage WAR OF AGES performing on March 31, 2008 at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California. Watch the clip below.
WAR OF AGES released its self-titled debut album, "War of Ages", in July 2005 on Strike First Records before moving to the Facedown label in February 2006. The group's second full-length CD, "Pride of the Wicked", came out in September 2006 and was followed by a re-recording of the band's eponymous debut, "Fire from the Tomb", which featured a brand new song called "The Awakening".
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