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Sacred Outcry: Sophomore Album “Towers Of Gold” via No Remorse Records – Lyric Video Premiere


Last Updated on 04:44 PM by Giorgos Tsekas

No Remorse Records proudly announces “Towers Of Gold” – the sophomore album of Greek Epic/Power Metallers SACRED OUTCRY, set for release on May 19th, 2023.

Written and arranged by mastermind George Apalodimas, “Towers Of Gold” is the first album featuring the band’s new line-up with axeman Steve Lado, drummer Defkalion Dimos and the legendary Daniel Heiman (ex-LOST HORIZON) behind the mic.

The long-awaited successor to the highly acclaimed debut “Damned For All Time” (2020) is a full concept album directly tied to the golden age of late ’90s and early ’00s power metal, fused with the legendary ’80s US metal scene, where WARLORD meets BLIND GUARDIAN and MANOWAR joins LOST HORIZON on a mystical journey through ten chapters of dark epic metal.

The cinematographic story of “Towers Of Gold” is fully connected with the gripping variety of the music, which is full of emotion and power. Hidden messages can be found all over the album, from the breathtaking cover art, the concept and the lyrics, to the multi-layered music that will keep growing with every listening.

A lyric video for the track “The Voyage” has been premiered at this location:

For pre-order options check: https://www.noremorse.gr/products?searching=sacred+outcry


  1. Through Lands Forgotten (At The Crossroads Of Fate)
  2. The Flame Rekindled (Lurid Lights And Drunken Revelry)
  3. The Voyage (Towards Immortality)
  4. Into The Storm (Beyond The Lost Horizon)
  5. Symphony Of The Night (The Curse Of The Blind)
  6. A Midnight Reverie (Whispers In The Wind)
  7. The Sweet Wine Of Betrayal (The Perennial Sin)
  8. The City Of Stone (The Burden Of The Crownless Kings)
  9. Towers Of Gold (Tempus Edax Rerum)
  10. Where Crimson Shadows Dwell (And Ouroboros Dreamt)


Daniel Heiman – Vocals
Steve Lado – Guitars
Defkalion Dimos – Drums
George Apalodimas – Bass

Special guests: Jeff Black – 12-string guitars (tracks 5 & 10) and Yorgos Karagiannis – Acoustic guitars (tracks 1, 5 & 6)

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