Pre-order for debut album ’Last Days of Babylon’ now live; Release date set for Oct. 22nd

THE SONIC OVERLORDS have unleashed the music video for their new single, “Eternal Heroes.” The track is another taste of the melodic rock majesty and thunderous doom to come later this year – while also showing off the band’s more progressive-metal influences – with the release of the Swedish quartet’s debut album, “Last Days of Babylon,” now set for release on October 22nd from M-Theory Audio. In the meantime, pre-orders for CD and digital editions are now live at http://smarturl.com/thesonicoverlords,

Says guitarist Morgan Zocek, “This is a rather special song for us as it is written together with Apollo Papathanasio (who is responsible for most of the lyrics and the song melodies) whom most people know as the singer of SPIRITUAL BEGGARS, one of my absolute favorite bands! The song also stands out a bit, with its clear neo-classical influences, inspired by early Yngwie Malmsteen and Symphony X. We’re REALLY proud of this one!”

The music video for “Eternal Heroes” can be viewed at:

THE SONIC OVERLORDS were founded in 2017 by Swedish rock guitarist Morgan Zocek. He began jamming with various musicians and writing songs inspired by classic hard rock of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but with a more modern approach to the production and sonics. The full sound of THE SONIC OVERLORDS began to solidify with the addition of Per Soläng on drums in 2018. This was followed by the addition in 2020 of vocalist Marcus Zachrisson Rubin, who had been playing with Zocek in an Ozzy Osbourne cover band for many years, and the rumbles of new bassist Daniel Ramírez.

More news on THE SONIC OVERLORDS and their debut album, “Last Days of Babylon,” will be unveiled in the weeks ahead at www.facebook.com/Thesonicoverlords and by M-Theory Audio.

Marcus Zachrisson Rubin – Lead Vocals
Morgan Zocek – Guitars/Backing Vocals
Per Soläng – Drums
Daniel Ramírez – Bass/Backing Vocals

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