Former HELLOWEEN and current SUPARED frontman Michael Kiske has been tapped to sing on the forthcoming album from AINA, the new project spearheaded by acclaimed German producer Sascha Paeth (KAMELOT, ANGRA, RHAPSODY).Kiske, whose SUPARED debut is due on Jan. 20 through Noise/Sanctuary Records, has laid down his vocals on two of the cuts so far, "Silver Maiden" and "Serendipity", and will record a third once he has recovered from his current cold. '[These] songs are the best and coolest songs I've ever recorded for someone else," Kiske said. "I LOVE IT! It hits my nerve! But that will be the last time that I do things like that for a while. I think it's enough now. I will only do projects from now on that I really am part of and I absolutely love." The AINA debut, which is said to have "nothing to do with heavy metal," is expected to surface sometime in 2003 through an as-yet-undisclosed label. In related news, SUPARED have posted a track, "Hackneyed", from their forthcoming album in streaming audio at this location.
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