Ex-ELEGY Singer IAN PARRY Films 'Forever Fast' Video

According to MelodicRock.com, former ELEGY frontman Ian Parry recently travelled to Turkey in the ancient city of Side around the Roman ruins to shoot a video for the song "Forever Fast" from his "Consortium Project IV: Children of Tomorrow" album.

Parry is planning to take CONSORTIUM PROJECT on the road early next year with a lineup that will include Henk van der Laars (ELEGY) on guitar. There are also plans for a CONSORTIUM PROJECT trilogy containing the first three parts of the project along with previously unreleased bonus tracks.

In other news, Ian recorded a number of lead and backing vocal parts as special guest on the new ROYAL HUNT album along with Doogie White (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ex-RAINBOW). In addition, Ian filmed a short interview and a few live vocal parts on video for a behind-the-scenes DVD. A spring 2008 release is expected.

For more information, visit www.ianparry.com.

Watch the "Enigma" video from "Consortium Project IV: Children of Tomorrow":


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