ANDROMEDA Guitarist Joins SKYFIRE For Spanish Mini-Tour

ANDROMEDA guitarist Johan Reinholdz will be joining SKYFIRE for a mini-tour of Spain. SKYFIRE are scheduled to support DARK MOOR on November 26 in Madrid and November 27 in Bilbao. More information is available at

As previously reported, ANDROMEDA have just had their debut album, "Extension of the Wish" (2001), re-released in Europe via New Hawen/Century Media. The new version features vocals by new singer David Fremberg, a new mix and two bonus tracks, previously only released in France by NTS. The title of the re-release is "Final Extension (Re-Release of 'Extension Of The Wish')".

ANDROMEDA recently entered the studio to record the remaing five songs for their forthcoming third album. The band, who were previously signed to Century Media Records, are currently negotiating with a few labels.


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