TOMORROW'S OUTLOOK Track Featuring MICHAEL KISKE: Audio Sample Available
Norwegian metallers TOMORROW'S OUTLOOK have recorded a song with former HELLOWEEN singer Michael Kiske. Entitled "The Ethereal Dream", it is said to be "not a heavy track, but there are some rocking parts with high vocals." Two different versions of this song will appear on the band's debut, "34613" — the original, which features the talents of Mike Gorham, while the "Kiske version" will be added as a bonus track.
An audio clip of "The Ethereal Dream" (featuring Michael Kiske) is available for streaming on the TOMORROW'S OUTLOOK MySpace page.
TOMORROW'S OUTLOOK's album, which has no release date yet, will also feature a LIZZY BORDEN cover with Graham Bonnet (MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, ALCATRAZZ, RAINBOW) on vocals. This song will also appear on "Baptized In Blood: A True Metal Tribute To Lizzy Borden", which will be released soon via Metallic Arch Angel Records.
"34613" projected track listing (in no particular order):
02. Gate To Freedom
04. The Ethereal Dream
05. Liquid Scream
06. White Lightning
07. 34613 (instrumental)
08. The Soul Stealer
09. Kill Again
10. March Of The Demons
11. Red Rum (feat. Graham Bonnet)
12. The Ethereal Dream (feat. M. Kiske)
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