Canadian metallers Heaven’s Cry have announced that their forthcoming Prosthetic debut will be titled “Wheels of Impermanence.” The band will release the new album on September 25th in North America, October 1st in the U.K. and October 5 in mainland Europe. The latter release date coincides with their headlining performance at the ProgPower Europe festival in the Netherlands. Prosthetic Records also commented on the album:
“Wheels of Impermanence is the third studio album from Heaven’s Cry — who were originally formed in the early ’90s — and will mark the first new music since the band took a seven-year hiatus in 2004. Their previous album ‘Primal Power Addiction’ was released in 2002 by Dutch label DVS Records, and received outstanding reviews from critics and fans alike. The band consists of Pierre St-Jean on vocals/guitar, Sylvain Auclair on vocals/bass, Eric Jarrin (ex-Despised Icon) on guitars, and René Lacharité on drums.”
More information on the new Heaven’s Cry album, including the world premiere of a new track, will be revealed next week. Stay tuned to the band’s Facebook page for updates.