PINK CREAM 69 Signs With FRONTIERS RECORDS

Frontiers Records has announced the signing of German/British melodic hard rock outfit PINK CREAM 69. The band is currently working on the follow-up to 2004's "Thunderdome", tentatively titled "In10sity" (a reference to the fact that this is PC 69's tenth regular studio album), for a March 2007 release.

PINK CREAM 69's lineup of David Readman (vocals), Alfred Koffler (guitar), Dennis Ward (bass) and Kosta Zafiriou (drums) recently added a new guitarist, Uwe Reitenauer, who has been part of the band's live shows since 2003.

"The new song material is definitely more powerful with the two-guitar attack, but still keeping the trademark of catchy melodies and strong choruses," said drummer Kosta Zafiriou.

According to a press release, "fans of melodic hard rock can expect a mixture of the strongest elements in the PC 69 style, combined with a state-of-the-art production by Dennis Ward."

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