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New album, "The Great Tribulation", out on October 27th!

 A soundtrack for troubled times, or a charred mirror reflecting the state of the world today, "The Great Tribulation" provides commentary on the darker side of life, and pairs it with the band's most ambitious and hard-hitting music to date. While ELM STREET's first two albums, "Barbed Wire Metal" and "Knock 'Em Out... With A Metal Fist", have both been revered as modern classics by fans of traditional-flavoured heavy metal, "The Great Tribulation" seeks to take the template set by the two albums preceding it, and amplifies it by several notches, resulting in the band's most powerful, complex, and heavy performances recorded to date. Everything about "The Great Tribulation" encapsulates a band at the peak of their powers, ELM STREET have left no stone un-turned in expressing their diverse musical palette, resulting in a wide-ranging collection of songs that stand tall individually, but extremely powerful as a collective unit.
 Album number three from the thunder from down under may be well received by old fans and new alike and will set a very high benchmark for what to expect in the future. If you are a fan of classic powerhouses like Helloween, Judas Priest, Hammerfall, or Manowar, get ready for the ride of your life!
 "The Great Tribulation" was recorded at Melbourne's legendary Sing Sing Studios, in fact, may be one of the last albums recorded in its current location. Luke Cincotta (Airbourne, The Amity Affliction, Butterfly Effect, Karnivool, Northlane) was the master behind the recording desk, and German legend Michael Mainx (Toxpack, Tankard, Destruction) mixed the album. The striking front cover was painted by Andreas Marschall (Kreator, In Flames, Sodom, Blind Guardian), and the album design and additional artwork provided by Dark Prince Graphix.

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(Photograph by Peter Coulson)


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