KAMELOT mainman Thomas Youngblood is scheduled to leave his home state of Florida for the seclusion of the Norwegian village of Sørskogbygda in the next few days to continue work on the group's forthcoming CD, due in early 2003. The recording sessions for the upcoming CD will begin in mid-June at a private studio on Anna Maria Island, and will be followed by additional work at drummer Casey Grillo's Above The C facility and Germany's Gate Studios during July-September. In the meantime, KAMELOT cover artist Derek Gores is nearing the second phase of the next KAMELOT cover, according to the group's official web site. “Challenged by the huge task of topping The Fourth Legacy and Karma, Derek is more than ready to prove any doubters wrong. Expect another incredibly visual creation.”
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