DANGER ANGEL Debut To Feature Guest Appearance By JEFF SCOTT SOTO
Greece's DANGER ANGEL will release its self-titled debut album on January 12 via the Houston-based label Perris Records. The CD will feature a guest appearance by legendary singer Jeff Scott Soto (TALISMAN, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, JOURNEY, AXEL RUDI PELL).
Formed in 2006 in Athens, Greece, DANGER ANGEL's ineup is as follows:
Jimmy Cage - Vocals
Ethan Chionos - Guitar
Spiros Foussekis - Guitar
Antonis Venieris - Drums
Rudy Rallis - Bass
George "AHAS" Lignos - Keyboards
The band self-titled album contains 13 songs of a typical hard rock and AOR style, boasting the distinctive vocals of singer Jimmy Cage, the tight rhythm section of Rudy Rallis and Antonis Venieris, the roaring yet melodic guitars of Ethan Chionos and Spiros Foussekis and the inspiring and colorful keyboards of George "AHAS" Lignos.
DANGER ANGEL will enter a busy gig schedule to promote its new album. Gigs will be announced in a timely basis on the band's MySpace page and their soon-to-be-completed official web page.
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