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Vancouver’s MAGNUS RISING: New Album ‘Whatever It Takes’ Out TODAY via L8R Records Inc


Today marks the release of Whatever It Takes, the new, hard-hitting album from Canadian heavy-metallers MAGNUS RISING.  Check out a brand new review from ABORT Magazine at this link that states, “This album proves that [MAGNUS RISING is] willing to do whatever it takes to succeed, and definitely proves that they deserve it.” While you’re on the web, check out the official Whatever It Takes album teaser with some great studio and live footage here:

In other news, MAGNUS RISING can now announce that they will be performing at a festival in Canada this August with headliners 3 Inches of Blood. More details will surface soon about this upcoming event. Also, the band is finishing up on their new music video for the ‘The Drill’ and will be releasing that to the web soon.

Today, the band is hosting an album release party at Rickshaw in Vancouver. Doors are at 7pm and the show begins at 8pm. See the event poster below for details.

Whatever It Takes is about making music on the band’s terms and defying the odds – and odds they have defied! MAGNUS RISING have soared, trekking back and forth across the country, always working to rock bigger crowds in more badass venues. In their western home, they’ve opened for metal powerhouses Iced EarthForbidden and Raven – bands who have showed them that time is irrelevant. Their dedication has paid off in droves building a sound all their own. Layered with emotion, feeling and aggression, MAGNUS RISING is reminiscent of a passionate punch in the jaw.

For more information, please visit these websites:  @MagnusRising, @MagnusMatty, @hawknusrising

To order music by MAGNUS RISING, please visit:

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