DETHLEHEM – New album “Maelstrom of the Emerald Dragon” is out now; LIVE presentation

Hailing from Ghorusalem (it’s actually Pittsburgh, PA, but please bear with us), the warriors of Dethlehem have travelled through time and space to do battle against dragons, wizards, warlocks, leviathans, shape-shifters, and a shit ton of other things that needed to die.

Today, the US-based melodic death metallers release their fourth record “Maelstrom of the Emerald Dragon”. The album is available on limited edition double LP (music only) and the complete version is available on CD as a semi-cohesive story that intertwines with the musical tracks.

On the new album, drummer Overlord Brom comments: «This is our absolute best musical effort since we’ve been a band. We formed our party of warriors back in 2008, and we’ve been going on adventures ever since! While the stakes are high for all of our campaigns, Maelstrom of the Emerald Dragon proved to be our most difficult yet! There are two versions of the album, Story Mode and Music Only. If you are into learning about the backstory, and like nerdy/funny audio skits, then check out Story Mode! If you just want to hair whip in the car, and skip all the filler, then go for the Music Only version!»

Join Dethlehem for a special LIVE presentation online at 7:30 pm EDT on July 17 2020 (01:30 am CET on July 18 2020) to celebrate the release of the band’s long-awaited 4th album, “Maelstrom of the Emerald Dragon”!

The band comments on the release party:«As a new plague grips the realm, not even the warriors of Dethlehem have a high enough poison resistance to defend against COVID19! Thus, we will be celebrating the release of Maelstrom of the Emerald Dragon with a special Facebook Live event! The video celebration will include music videos for each song on the new album, pre-recorded comical skits, and live interaction with the warriors of Dethlehem as they socially distance themselves within their castle walls!»

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