LABYRINTH Singer Dubbing Vocal Parts For Italian Version Of 'I'm In The Band'

LABYRINTH singer Roberto Tiranti has dubbed vocals for the Italian version of "I'm In The Band", a music-filled, comedy series for the entire family about a teenager who realizes his wildest dream when he joins his favorite "vintage" rock band, IRON WEASEL. Tiranti dubbed the singing parts (not the dialogue) of IRON WEASEL vocalist Derek Jupiter.

The program airs on Disney XD in the United States and on Family Channel in Canada.

LABYRINTH entered a studio in Imperia, northern Italy, on February 16 to begin recording its new album, "Return To Heaven Denied Pt. 2", for a late 2010 release. The new CD will mark a reunion of the band's original members Olaf Thorsen (guitar), Andrea Cantarelli (guitar) and Roberto Tiranti (vocals) and will be the musical follow-up to LABYRINTH's 1998 breakthrough effort, "Return To Heaven Denied".

LABYRINTH's sixth full-length album, "6 Days to Nowhere", was released in February 2007 via Scarlet Records. The mastering took place at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.

LABYRINTH's fifth album, "Freeman", was released in 2005 through Arise Records. The Italian version of the album contained the exclusive bonus DVD with a Tokyo show (Banzai Tour 2004), "best of" London Cadmen Underworld (Nov. 13, 2004), the "L.Y.A.F.H." and "Freeman" videos, pictures and discography.


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