MASTERPLAN Drummer To Release BEAUTIFUL SIN Debut

BEAUTIFUL SIN, the new project featuring ex-HELLOWEEN/GAMMA RAY and current MASTERPLAN drummer Uli Kusch, have completed work on their debut album, "The Unexpected", due in May via AFM Records. The CD was produced by Kusch in 2005 in Belgium and Norway and was mixed by Tommy Hansen at Jailhouse Studios in Denmark.

BEAUTIFUL SIN — whose lineup is rounded out by guitarist Jørn Voggo Lofstad and bass player Steinar Krokmo (both from PAGAN'S MIND), a relatively unknown Belgian female singer by the name of Magali Luyten, and keyboardist Axel Mackenrott from MASTERPLAN — describe "The Unexpected" as "a journey through twelve various metal songs with a dramatic touch and two unexpected instrumentals." The CD also includes a remake of "The Departed Sun Is Going Down" from HELLOWEEN's "The Dark Ride" album in its original form (and presumably under a different title) and a cover of the song "Die Diktatur der Angepassten" from the German band BLUMFELD.

"The Unexpected" track listing:

01. Lost
02. This is Not the Original Dream
03. Take Me Home
04. I'm Real
05. The Spark of Ignition
06. Closer to My Herd
07. Give Up Once for All
08. Brace for Impact
09. Pechvogel
10. Metalwaves
11. The Beautiful Sin
12. Le Reve Originel (bonus track)

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The Japanese version of the album will feature the bonus cut "She is Made of Rain".

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