M.ILL.ION Release New Album, Prepare To Support VINCE NEIL

Gothenburg, Sweden-based hard rockers M.ILL.ION have just issued their fifth studio album, "Kingsize", through Majestic Rock. Recorded in Gothenburg, the album is described as "pure hard rock, steeped in the very finest traditions of the genre. Lovers of classy European melodic hard rock will find much to admire here!"

"Kingsize" track listing:

01. Eyes Of A King
02. Room No.3
03. On And On
04. Zombies
05. Killing The Messenger
06. Those Eyes
07. Backdoor Queen
08. Rock N’ Roll Nation
09. Forbidden Fruit
10. Fight You Forever
11. Prison Of Power

M.ILL.ION will support former MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil on his November U.K. tour and will then head back to the U.K. as special guests to labelmates WAYSTED on the "Back From The Dead" 2005 U.K. tour. The Vince Neil shows are as follows:

Nov. 18 – Bradford, UK @ Town & Country Club
Nov. 19 – Dudley, UK @ JB's
Nov. 20 - Newport, UK @ City Live Arena
Nov. 21 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City


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