Former HELLOWEEN frontman Michael Kiske has had the release date of his as-yet-untitled third solo album pushed back to January 2003 through Noise/Sanctuary Records. According to a spokesperson for the singer, "[Kiske] wants to use the time for composing some more songs, whether for this album or already the follow-up is not clear yet. The decision about the band name is still running but should be finished within the next weeks. Now that the release will take awhile, [Michael] can intensively think about a perfect name."As previously reported, Kiske's forthcoming CD will contain "some cool heavy metal elements but also some poppy songs, but as always it is a 100% Michael Kiske product," according to the representative. "Michael hopes that the album brings him a big step further in his career."
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