EVERGREY Frontman Guests On New ODIN'S COURT Album

Lexington Park, Maryland-based progressive rock/metal band ODIN'S COURT has tapped EVERGREY's Tom S. Englund to sing on its new album, entitled "Deathanity". Tom has provided additional lead vocals in the song "Mammonific".

Commented ODIN'S COURT guitarist/vocalist Matt Brookins: "I first heard EVERGREY when their album 'Recreation Day' came out. I heard it once and was instantly hooked. They had a great balance of depth, songwriting and technicality, combined with an original sound. Tom's vocals struck me as something that stood out — a solid, technical singer who had a more middle range (something refreshing for their genre), and was also extremely unique and soulful.

"When I first approached Tom about doing a track, I expected he would be too busy since EVERGREY was recording a new album. However, Tom was super-nice and very professional, and once an agreement was reached, he had me his part in less than a week!

"I look forward to people hearing what he brought to the table."

"Deathanity" is said to be a concept album about the direction the human race is taking the planet.

Tony Kakko — best known for his work with SONATA ARCTICA — makes a guest appearance on the CD on the song "Crownet".

ODIN'S COURT is currently shopping the new album to labels.

For audio samples, visit www.myspace.com/odinscourt.


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