KINGDOM COME's webmaster Marko (brother of KINGDOM COME mainman Lenny Wolf) has posted the following message on the group's official web site:"The new album is now almost ready. It is entering the mastering stage. "A funny coincidence occured when Lenny visited a friend in a record store in Hamburg. Lenny was introduced to Marc-Dieter Einstmann. Marc-Dieter is a former technician who has worked with musicians like Dave Stewart, Annie Lennox, Tricky or DEPECHE MODE. and who has spent a few years working at Sterling Sound Studio in New York, which is known to be a top adress for mastering records. They hit it off well, and Marc agreed to master the new CD. I can't wait to hear the outcome. The record company situation seems to come along okay as well." KINGDOM COME's follow-up the 2004's "Perpetual" is tentatively scheduled for release later in the year. The band cancelled their U.S. tour in early 2005 due to problems in obtaining correct work permits in time for the trek.
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