STRATOVARIUS Singer Signs First Band To His Record Label

STRATOVARIUS singer Timo Kotipelto's High and Loud record label has signed a promising new Finnish progressive/power metal band called WINGDOM. WINGDOM is the first band to be signed to the label that has previously only released Kotipelto's solo albums.

WINGDOM's new album, "Reality", will be released in Finland on April 20, while the rest of the countries will follow in April/May.


Sami Asp – Vocals
Mikko Harkin (ex-SONATA ARCTICA) – Keyboards
Markus Niemispelto – Drums
Jukka Ruotsalainen – Guitars
Alessandro Lotta (ex-RHAPSODY) - Bass

Commented Kotipelto: "Through the years I've been listening to hundreds of demos but WINGDOM was the first unsigned band that really caught my attention! When the guys asked me if I would like to help them, I immediately said 'YES'!"

Check out WINGDOM's official web site at


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