TEN release 'Tell Me What To Do' lyric video as appetiser from new album 'Isla De Muerta'

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May 20th sees the release of the new Ten album 'Isla De Muerta' on Rocktopia Records. Following on from the massive success of 'Albion' released in Nov 2014, 'Isla De Muerta' sees Ten continue their extremely rich vein of song writing form, however this time gravitating towards a nautical theme in difference to the strong Celtic themes of 'Albion'. With absolutely STELLAR reviews being returned for 'Isla De Muerta' so far, many even more complimentary than Albion, Ten have now proven that the band are re-energised and re-establishing themselves as one of the most potent forces in the field of melodic hard rock today. The lead single 'Tell Me What To Do' has been the most added track to international radio stations last week and continues to force its way into almost every rock play-list on every station across Europe, with additions also in the USA, Canada, Brazil and, of course, Japan. The accompanying lyric video for Tell me what to do is intended to offer the listener just a little taste of what to expect from the album, and will no doubt whet the appetite for the full release which can be ordered in advance through, the first 250 copies of which will be autographed by Gary Hughes.

(Cannot see the video? Click HERE to watch it on YouTube)

With 'Albion', Ten re-established themselves as a major force in the Melodic Rock world, and now with 'Isla De Muerta' the band have taken the next step, at all times proving form is temporary whilse class in permanent.

'Isla De Muerta' will be on many album of the year lists come December, and deservedly so. In the meantime enjoy 'Tell Me What To Do' and remember, there is much, much more to come on May 20th.

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