Guitarist Nikolo Kotzev (of BRAZEN ABBOT and NOSTRADAMUS fame) has recruited Swedish vocalist Göran Edman (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, JOHN NORUM, BRAZEN ABBOT, GLORY) to sing the part of the Storyteller on Kotzev's new mega-project called DRACONIA. This conceptual work will be recorded with eight lead singers, rock band and a symphonic orchestra. Kotzev is the author of the story, the music and the orchestra arrangements. Besides playing the guitars, he will produce the entire recording. On the web site you can learn everything about the project, read the story, listen to exclusive excerpts of the working demos, discuss issues related to the project and even suggest singers for each role. The project is underway and is expected to be completed sometime next year.For more information, visit draconia.nostramusic.com.
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