Titan Force sign with Skol Records
2014-07-11 by Voivod STAFF | 1 Comments

Colorado heavy/power metal band Titan Force have recently signed a record deal with Skol Records. The first release to come out of this partnership will be the compilation album
Force of the Titan, featuring 12 previously unpublished songs originating from the band's activity during the '80s.

Head of Skol records and music producer Bart Gabriel has commented on the release, as follows:

It's incredibly huge honour to have [Titan Force] on Skol Records. They are one of the amazing heavy metal bands that ever walked the earth. All tracks were transferred from
original tapes and have jaw-dropping sound quality. This compilation is just the beginning. We have few jokers hidden in our sleeve.


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July 11th 2014

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