ROYAL HUNT Recording New Studio Album With Singer DC COOPER
Danish hard rockers ROYAL HUNT are preparing enter the NorthPoint studio in Copenhahen to begin recording their as-yet-untitled new album for a tentative November/December release through Marquee/Avalon (Japan and Southeast Asia) and Frontiers Records (rest of the world). The music for the follow-up 2010's "X" is described in a press release as "full-fledged return to that classic ROYAL HUNT sound which put the band on the map in the first place, all the way back in 1991."
ROYAL HUNT's current lineup:
Andr Andersen (keyboards)
DC Cooper (vocals)
Allan Sorensen (drums)
Andreas Passmark (bass)
Jonas Larsen (guitar)
ROYAL HUNT's latest album, "X", was released in Europe on June 7, 2010 via Scarlet Records. The CD, which featured the vocals of Mark Boals (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN'S RISING FORCE, BILLIONAIRE BOYS CLUB, RING OF FIRE), came out in Japan and Southeast Asia on January 21, 2010 through Marquee/Avalon.
Singer John West joined ROYAL HUNT in 1999 during the recording of the "Fear" album and he worked with the band up until its "Royal Hunt 2006" live CD/DVD.
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