Recorded with Grammy-Award winning producer John Spiker (Tenacious D, Filter), the album – which encompasses the rise and fall of an empire – includes "No More Heroes," a song the group recently debuted in concert. Today, the band are excited to team up with Noisey (VICE) – who are sponsoring their upcoming North American tour with Black Tusk – to premiere a lyric video for the song, which can be seen streaming below.

Vocalist James Paul Luna, who Decibel lauded as "the finest metal singer of his generation," commented on the song's message: "Conspiracy or not, heavy shit is going down in the world, and we can't survive battling it alone. 'No More Heroes' is about the evils of tyranny and self-will, where only strength in numbers can persevere. We're all in this together, for the win. With that being said, we're very pumped to be hitting the road with the mighty Black Tusk this spring. Together, we will wave the flag of heavy metal across North America, and together we will shred in the name of heavy metal. Stay hard and see you soon."

"No More Heroes" is now available for purchase as a digital single, and is also included as an instant download with all digital pre-orders of "Times of Pride and Peril." Physical pre-order bundles, including the album on CD or LP bundled with exclusive t-shirt, long-sleeve or hoodie designs, are now available at Vinyl options include black, limited-edition orange and limited-edition marble variants, all of which include a gatefold jacket and a color poster/lyric insert along with a download card.

1. Crystal King
2. Waste Them All Away
3. Sudden Death
4. Those Who Will Remain
5. Descent Into The Maelstrom
6. Apotheosis
7. Psychomachia
8. No More Heroes
9. Pro Patria Mori
10. Black Lotus