KINGDOM COME Completes Work On New Album

German hard rockers KINGDOM COME have completed work on their new album. According to an online posting by KINGDOM COME's webmaster Marko Wolf (brother of KINGDOM COME mainman Lenny Wolf), "It looks like that all label and distribution issues are sorted out soon, so that the release time can be set to February 2009. Didn't think I would live long enough to see it happening, but Lenny actually sung a duet with a woman! Even I don't know who that is. All I know is that he's still single."

Fan-filmed video footage of KINGDOM COME' July 11, 2008 performance at the Rocklahoma festival in Pryor, Oklahoma can be viewed below (clips uploaded by YouTube user "zztopeurope2007").

KINGDOM COME's latest studio album, "Ain't Crying for the Moon", was released in Europe on October 20, 2006 via Frontiers Records.

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