POWER QUEST: New Podcast Available
Multi-national melodic power metal band POWER QUEST has uploaded a new podcast at this location (.RAR file).
Following the departure of long-standing bassist Steve Scott in early January, POWER QUEST has announced the addition of Oliver Holzwarth, who has been a touring member of the legendary German power metal band BLIND GUARDIAN since 1997. He has also worked with Tarja Turunen (formerly of NIGHTWISH), PARADOX, DEMONS & WIZARDS and his own band, SIEGES EVEN.
Catch the new POWER QUEST lineup at ProgPower USA on September 11, 2009 and at Metalfest UK on September 26, 2009.
POWER QUEST's latest album, "Master of Illusion", was released last spring via Napalm Records/Avalon Marquee (Japan). Guest musicians on the CD include keyboardist Richard West from the UK progressive metal band THRESHOLD, Jorn Viggo Lofstad from the Norwegian power metal act PAGAN'S MIND and FOURWAYKILL singer Chris Neighbour.
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