Fan-filmed video footage of YNGWIE MALMSTEEN's December 6, 2007 concert in São Paulo, Brazil can be viewed below.Photos from MALMSTEEN's recent South American tour have been posted on the guitarist's official web site. Malmsteen's "Fire & Ice" album (1992) was reissued in June 2007 through Noble Rot, the new label launched by Collectors' Choice. A press release reads: "By the time he released 'Fire & Ice' in 1992, Yngwie Malmsteen was established as one of heavy metal's reigning guitar gods, and was considered by many to be the most technically accomplished axemen in hard rock. The self-produced 'Fire & Ice' combines the baroque classicism of his early work with more commercially oriented material, resulting in a memorable showcase for the Swedish shred king's lightning fretwork." Yngwie Malmsteen is working hard on a new rock album. The CD, which is once again expected to feature drummer Patrick Johansson and vocalist Doogie White (ex-RAINBOW), is tentatively due later in the year. "Far Beyond the Sun":
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