WARRIOR SOUL: Clifton Park Footage Available

Fan-filmed video footage of WARRIOR SOUL's October 28, 2008 concert at Northern Lights in Clifton Park, New York can be viewed below (clip uploaded by "FustigateVideo").

WARRIOR SOUL recently posted a track from its new album, "Chinese Democracy", on MySpace. Check out the song "The Fourth Reich" at this location. This very limited-edition CD is available to pre-order via PayPal through the band's MySpace page and at WARRIOR SOUL's shows in the U.K. and U.S. this year.

Bassist Janne Jarvis commented: "'Chinese Democracy' has everything a WARRIOR SOUL fan should expect from a WARRIOR SOUL record. It has an ear for an argument, puke on its shoes and remains untouched by trends or the long-arm of the corporations."

"Chinese Democracy" track listing:

01. Fuck The Pigs
02. The Fourth Reich
03. Motor City
04. Don't Believe
05. Burning Bridges
06. Bad News (Rock 'n' Roll Boyfriend)
07. She's Glaswegian
08. Knocking 'Em Down (In The City)

WARRIOR SOUL's "Chinese Democracy" is the band's first studio album to include the new lineup featuring;

Kory Clarke - Vocals
Rille Lundell - Guitar
Johnny H - Guitar
Janne Jarvis - Bass
Rob "Stevo" Stephenson - Drums

WARRIOR SOUL's current lineup has successfully toured Europe over the last two years and reports from both fans and media suggest that this is the band's strongest formation yet.

WARRIOR SOUL released a live album on April 14, 2008 through Livewire/Cargo Records. Entitled "Live In England", the CD was recorded in London during the band's October 2007 tour.

"Live In England" features many of the classic songs from the "Last Decade Dead Century", "Drugs, God And The New Republic", "Salutations From The Ghetto Nation", "Space Age Playboys" and "Chill Pill" albums as well as a brand new song entitled "Bad News (Rock 'n' Roll Boyfriend)".

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/warriorsoulinfo.

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