Pittsburgh, Pa. trad-metallers Order of Nine originally formed under the moniker Templar in 1997 and released an album called A Touch of Winter's Discontent two years later. Since changing their name to Order of Nine in 2001, the combo has released three more albums and have shared the stage with the likes of Metal Church, Symphony X and Overkill, among others.

After a few lineup changes, Order of Nine is returning to the metal front with Seventh Year of the Broken Mirror, their latest album. The album won't hit stores till May 22, but Noisecreep is here with the exclusive premiere of "Dreamspeak," a track off the record.

Listen to "Dreamspeak" From Order of Nine

"I think our fans will notice a more focused direction with this new album and this song personifies where we are headed," Order of Nine vocalist Michael DeGrena told Noisecreep about
Seventh Year of the Broken Mirror and "Dreamspeak."

Head over to Nightmare Records to pre-order your copy of Seventh Year of the Broken Mirror today. The album hits stores on May 22.

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