Scream Maker unleash video for new single “See The Light”
Polish rockers Scream Maker consisting of frontman Sebastian Stodolak, guitarists Michał Wrona and Bartosz Ziółkowski, bassist Jan Radosz and drummer Tomasz Sobieszek have unveiled a video for their new single “See The Light” from their upcoming fourth full-length album Land of Fire, which will be released via Frontiers Music Srl on July 14, 2023.
Track List for Land of Fire:
01. Perpetual Burning
02. Can’t Stop The Rain
03. Everybody Needs Illusions
05. A Nail In The Head
06. The Rider
07. Dark Side of Mine
08. Way To The Moon
09. Land of Fire
10. See The Light
Frontiers‘ US webshop indicates (with slight edits):
“Scream Maker have announced the upcoming release of their fourth album, “Land of Fire” on July 14, 2023. The new album sees the Polish heavy metallers building on the strengths of their previous three releases to deliver their finest hour yet.
Scream Maker formed in Warsaw, Poland in late 2010 when the original members, including current member Michał Wrona (guitar), gathered together out of a shared love of heavy metal. Wrona is joined in the current incarnation of Scream Maker by vocalist Sebastian Stodolak, bassist Jan Radosz, drummer Tomek Sobieszek, and guitarist Bartosz Ziółkowski. The band has produced three full-length studio albums (2014’s “Livin In The Past“, 2016’s “Back Against The World“, 2022’s “Bloodking“), plus one EP (“We Are Not The Same“) and played over 300 shows in Poland and abroad, including gigs with luminaries such as Judas Priest, Motörhead, Megadeth, Saxon, Slayer, Nightwish, Primal Fear, Stratovarius, Onslaught, and many more.
The band recorded their debut album, “Livin In The Past” with producer Alessandro Del Vecchio (Jorn, Hardline, Revolution Saints) and the album featured guest appearances from Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater and Wojciech Hoffmann of Turbo. The album was released by Perris Records in April of 2014 in the U.S. and Europe and followed by a tour that included shows with Primal Fear, Paul Di’anno, Blaze Bayley, and more. In May 2014, the band toured China for the first time, playing six festivals and unexpectedly becoming the first Polish artist to have an album released by a domestic record label in China.
In the summer and autumn of 2015, between gigs with Saxon, Black Label Society, and Motörhead, Scream Maker gathered at HEAR Studio in Warsaw to record their second album, “Back Against The World“. The album was crafted under the guidance of Radoslaw Kordowski, as well as, once again, Alessandro Del Vecchio. The album was releasing in May 2016 and once again the band got busy playings shows in support of the album, including shows with Megadeth, Korn, Slayer, another tour of China (their third, but not last, as China has become a regular touring destination for the band), as well as the third edition of the Ronnie James Dio Memorial that they had started back in 2014, but this time, the tribute included several shows. The band would organize a fourth edition of the Ronnie James Dio Memorial in spring 2017 and in December 2017, the band opened the first ever Polish concert by the Dio Returns Tour. The band has continued with the Ronnie James Dio Memorial shows as the years have gone on, turning it into a regular tradition.
Once the global pandemic hit in 2020 and slowed the band’s regular busy touring schedule, they focused on fine-tuning and recording material for their third full-length album, “BloodKing,” which was released in January 2022 and subsequently re-released by Frontiers Music Srl in December of the same year after the band signed a deal with the label. The album was mixed by Tomasz “Zed” Zalewski, with two songs, “When Our Fight Is Over” and “Hitting The Wall” being mixed by Alessandro Del Vecchio, and was very well received by both fans and critics, with Metal Hammer Poland giving it a glowing review. With touring opening back up, the band got busy playing gigs again and planned their own two-day festival in Warsaw (with Polish legends Turbo headlining) in September 2022, which also included another edition of the Ronnie James Dio Memorial. In the fall of 2022, the band embarked on another tour with the Ronnie James Dio Memorial, after which they devoted themselves to writing and recording their fourth full-length album, which would ultimately become “Land of Fire“.”
Scream Maker‘s “See The Light” video: