JORN: Title Track Of Forthcoming Solo Album Posted Online

"Lonely Are the Brave", the title track from the forthcoming solo album from former MASTERPLAN vocalist Jorn Lande (who is performing/recording under the name JORN), is available for streaming at this location.

"Lonely Are the Brave" is tentatively due in early June via Frontiers Records. The CD was mixed at Tommy Hansen's Jailhouse Studio in Denmark.'s podcast (episode #49) featuring Jorn Lande lasts approximately 50 minutes and can be heard at this location.

Jorn Lande is one of the guests on "The Scarecrow", the third installment of EDGUY frontman Tobias Sammet's AVANTASIA solo project. The album was produced by Sascha Paeth, who also played the rhythm guitar on the CD. The drums were laid down by KISS/ALICE COOPER drummer Eric Singer and the bass was handled by Tobias himself.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of JORN performing at the Firefest IV on October 27, 2007 in Nottingham, UK:

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