2017 release. The future looks bright for Stallion. With their second album, From The Dead, it's now time to show their fans that Stallion are willing to progress without leaving the path of traditional heavy metal. And songs such as 'Waiting For A Sign', 'Awaken The Night' and 'Underground Society' show exactly this. Vocalist Paul, coming across on From The Dead as a cross between Cirith Ungol's Tim Baker and Klaus Thiel of Germany's Bullet, explains: "We took our time to work on the songs for the album. We did not rush things for From The Dead. That's maybe the biggest difference between our first and our second album. The songs evolved over time, and they changed as well. Some quite dramatically so. In addition to that it was more of a group effort this time around. Everybody in the band was involved a lot more in the actual songwriting process. So it is quite safe to say that overall From The Dead is a more mature album in comparison to Rise And Ride." So all in all, From The Dead might as well be considered a more 'grown up' album at the end of the day.