VIRGIN STEELE: 'Visions Of Eden' Track Listing, Cover Artwork Revealed

VIRGIN STEELE have revealed the track listing for their eleventh album, "Visions of Eden - The Lilith Project - A Barbaric Romantic Movie of the Mind", due on September 8 via Sanctuary. Check out the album's cover artwork at this location.

"Visions of Eden - The Lilith Project - A Barbaric Romantic Movie of the Mind" track listing:

01. Immortal I Stand (The Birth of Adam)
02. Adorned With the Rising Cobra
03. The Inefable Name
04. Black Light on Black
05. Bonedust
06. Angel of Death
07. God Above God
08. The Hidden God
09. Childslayer
10. When Dusk Fell
11. Visions of Eden

VIRGIN STEELE's new album is said to be "quite epic," clocking in at 79 minutes and 57 seconds.

VIRGIN STEELE's last studio release, "Book of Burning", came out in 2002.

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