"Volando Hacia el Infierno" (Flying Towards Hell) to be released on CD/12"LP/CASS on the 19th of July 2022 through Fighter Records (http://www.fighter-records.com)

EXCALIBUR is a Heavy/Rock band formed in the city of Elda (east of Spain) in the year 1984. After recording some demos and winning some contests, they recorded their first LP entitled “Generación Maldita” (Damned Generation) in 1988 at La Factoría Studios in Madrid, which was released and distributed by SNIF Records. This album helped them to play lots of shows all around Spain with the best bands of the moment.

In 1990 they released a 7” EP entitled “Esto me Sube” that was recorded at local studios from Adeso. In 1995, EXCALIBUR entered K.R.B. Studios from Villena to record their 2nd album called “Cero“ (Zero), containing 10 songs but was never released afterward.

Reunited again, in June 2013 they released a mini-CD with 5 new songs under the title of “MasDUROs” (Harder) which was completely self-financed. After some time of writing new songs, the band enters studios again (June 2016) at Eurotrack in Elche to record their new work.

In February 2017, EXCALIBUR signed to Fighter Records, which released their 3rd full-length album “Humo Negro” (Black Smoke) with great cover art designed by Javier Martínez Ferris in May of the same year.

Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of “Generación Maldita”, Fighter Records reissues the album on double CD, as well as vinyl and Cassette in January 2018. Two years later, in spring 2020, their 2nd album “Cero” finally sees its official release on CD and vinyl with an excellent presentation, as well as numerous bonuses from these times, again by Fighter Records.

After the pandemic, EXCALIBUR returns stronger than ever and a new lineup where Valentín García David is the new bassist and Silvia Bolzán "Panther" joins as a second vocalist and backing vocals. “Volando Hacia el Infierno” is the band's 4th album, finished in April 2022 and will be released during the summer of the same year through Fighter Records on CD, 12” LP and Cassette formats.

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