The new album featuring TYKETTO singer Danny Vaughn and famed producer and bassist Fabrizio Grossi is in the finishing stages of the mixing sessions in the capable hands of Tommy Hansen (HELLOWEEN, PRETTY MAIDS, TNT) in Denmark. The record, to be entitled "Visions", also features Jimi Bell from HOUSE OF LORDS on guitar, Eric Ragno on keyboards and Peter Lobo on drums.The first sample of the new album can be enjoyed in the forthcoming "Rock The Bones Vol. 6" sampler, to be released on Frontiers on March 14. Songtitles set to appear on the record include "Making Waves", "If It's Not Love", "Listen To Your Heart", "Love Is No Stranger", "Days Of Anger" and more. This time Danny and Fabrizio worked hard on the songwriting to shape up this record with a perfect AOR mood. More songs have been offered by Tom and James Martin (TED POLEY, HOUSE OF LORDS, KHYMERA). "Visions" will be released in the summer via Frontiers.
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