NARNIA Continue Work On 'The Great Fall', Spring 2003 Release Expected

Swedish neo-classical metallers NARNIA are finishing up work on their fourth full-length album, entitled The Great Fall, for a spring 2003 release through Nuclear Blast Records. According to the group's official web site, "this time we will give you a concept album based on some of today's topical issues."

Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN/current HAMMERFALL drummer Anders Johansson and SAVIOUR MACHINE singer Eric Clayton will both makes guest appearances on the album, which will include the following tracks:

01. Introduction (Yet untitled)
02. War (The Countdown Has Begun)
03. Back From Hell
04. No Time To Loose
05. Innocent Blood
06. Ground Zero
07. Judgement Day
08. The Great Fall Of Man (described as a "14-minute epic")
09. Instrumental (as yet untitled)

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