NIGHTWISH vocalist Tarja Turunen, BLACKMORE'S NIGHT frontwoman Candice Night, EDENBRIDGE singer Sabine Edelsbache, and RHAPSODY/VISION DIVINE/ATHENA vocalist Fabio Lione are among the featured guests on Infinity, the brand new studio effort from Argentine guitarist BETO VASQUES. The albummore information on which can be obtained from VASQUES' official web site at this locationis due to be released shortly in Finland via Spinefarm Records.In related news, Turunen is presently at a Helsinki's Finnvox Studios laying down the vocal tracks to NIGHTWISH's forthcoming CD, entitled Century Child, which is scheduled for a European release on July 1st. We'll be staying in Helsinki about five weeks straight [tracking the rest of the album], main songwriter/keyboardist Tuomas Holopainen told www.soneraplaza.fi. I had reservations regarding certain aspects of the album at an earlier stage, but everything seems to be coming along fine right now. (Thanks: Tuomas Toivonen)
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