SPHERE OF SOULS, the Dutch progressive metal formation featuring ex-SUN CAGED vocalist André Vuurboom and guitar virtuoso Anand Mahangoe, has replaced Bulgaria's PANTOMMIND on the billing of the ProgPower Europe 2006 festival, set to take place September 29 - October 1 at JC Sjiwa in Baarlo, the Netherlands. They will open the second day of this year's festival on Sunday, October 1. More information is available at www.progpower.com.

SPHERE OF SOULS released its debut album, "From the Ashes", through Lion Music in April. The album is of a conceptual nature and contains 13 tracks encompassing a wide range of influences and styles. Production, engineering, mixing and mastering duties were handled by Joost van den Broek (ex-SUN CAGED, STAR ONE, AYREON), who will also perform with the group at the ProgPower Europe 2006 festival.


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