RHAPSODY guitarist Luca Turilli and keyboardist Alex Staropoli are working on the material for the group's fifth album, which they describe as their "most 'cinema-oriented' album" to date. A summer 2003 release is expected.In related news, Turilli will be releasing a six-track EP, Demonheart, on September 30th as a "foretaste" of his full-length solo album, Prophet Of The Last Eclipse, which is due on October 28th. The EP was produced by Turilli's regular production team of Sascha Paeth and Miro Turilli and is said to take "Symphonic Cosmic Metal" to new levels, "refining the typical Turilli sound and underlining his leading position in this musical style."
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