BRAZEN ABBOT Finish Recording New Album
BRAZEN ABBOT, the brainchild of Bulgarian guitarist Nikolo Kotzev, have finished recording everything but the guitar leads for their new album, tentatively due next spring via Frontiers Records. Mixing is scheduled to begin January 9, 2005 and will probably be completed by January 25.
The album will contain 12 tracks:
Tracks with Joe Lynn Turner (ex-RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN):
More Than Money
Rage Of Angels (featuring Erik Mårtensson)
Tracks with Göran Edman (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, GLORY):
Shades Of Grey
Beggar's Lane (featuring Erik Mårtensson)
Tracks with Tony Harnell (TNT, WESTWORLD):
Another Day Gone
Can't Be Found
Tracks with Erik Mårtensson:
BRAZEN ABBOT released a live CD/DVD package, entitled "A Decade Of Brazen Abbot", last month via Frontiers. The set includes footage from the band's shows in Bulgaria in support of the group's last studio release, "Guilty As Sin".
The lineup featured on the album and the DVD is as follows: Nikolo Kotzev on guitars; Joe Lynn Turner on vocals; Wayne Banks on bass; Lars Pollack on keyboards and Thomas Broman on drums.
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