KAMELOT have resumed the writing process for their as-yet-untitled new studio album, which will reportedly be the band's first concept release to date. Singer/songwriter Khan will be making a trip to Florida in March for the first of several meetings and writing sessions.The follow-up to last year's phenomenal Karma effort, KAMELOT's next CD “will maintain the signature sound that has made KAMELOT successful but as always adding new elements to keep the sound fresh,” according to an official press release. “This will be KAMELOT's biggest and most ambitious release.” Again teaming up with Sascha Paeth and Miro as producers, the band is anticipating another fantastic sounding record. "We are so hungry to get back in the studio with the new ideas, we have so many and teaming up with Sascha and Miro is always a fun and great experience." states guitarist Thom Youngblood. Plans are to split recordings between Florida and Germany in the summer for a late 2002 release through Sanctuary Records.
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