U.D.O.: New Album Details Revealed, Audio Samples Available
U.D.O., the German band led by former ACCEPT frontman Udo Dirkschneider, will release their new album, "Mission No. X", on October 4 via AFM Records. The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Mission No. X
03. Mean Streets
04. Primecrime On Primetime
05. Eye Of The Eagle
06. Shell Shock Fever
07. Stone Hard
08. Breaking Down The Border
09. Cry Soldier Cry
10. Way Of Life
11. Mad For Crazy
A single/EP, "24/7", will precede the album on June 27. The track listing for the single is as follows:
01. 24/7 (mp3 clip)
02. Mean Streets (mp3 clip)
03. Scream Killers (mp3 clip)
04. Number For A Number (mp3 clip)
The follow-up to 2004's "Thunderball", "Mission No. X" marks the recording debut with the group of new drummer Francesco Jovino. Jovino joined the band last year as the permanent replacement for Lorenzo Milani, who left the group for "personal reasons." A world tour in support of the album will kick off in January 2006.
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