Former KISS/current GRAND FUNK RAILROAD guitarist Bruce Kulick was at Stockholm, Sweden's Canvas studio (web site) on Saturday (April 10) recording guest appearances for the new LION'S SHARE and AUDIOVISION albums. The recording session was overseen by producer and LION'S SHARE guitarist Lars Chriss.LION'S SHARE's (web site) follow-up to 2001's "Entrance" will be recorded this fall/winter and will feature new vocalist Patrik Johansson (ASTRAL DOORS, SPACE ODYSSEY) and drummer Mats Karlsson. The solo project of NARNIA singer Christian Rivel, AUDIOVISION's (web site) debut CD will include additional guest appearances by such hard rock/heavy metal luminaries as Chriss, Jeff Scott Soto (TALISMAN, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Tony Franklin (WHITESNAKE, BLUE MURDER, THE FIRM), Mats Levén (KRUX, AT VANCE, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Mic Michaeli (EUROPE), Michael Höglund (PUNCHLINE, THUNDER), Thomas Broman (HUGHES TURNER PROJECT, GLENN HUGHES BAND, ELECTRIC BOYS), Thomas Vikström (BRAZEN ABBOT, CANDLEMASS), Tommy Denander (RADIOACTIVE), Janne Stark (LOCOMOTIVE BREATH), Carl Johan Grimmark (NARNIA) and Andreas Lindahl (PLATITUDE). The self-titled album will be released later in the year through River Records.
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