YNGWIE MALMSTEEN To Unleash The Fuckin' Fury In Early 2005

Legendary Swedish guitarist YNGWIE MALMSTEEN has set "Unleash the Fury" as the title of his upcoming album, tentatively due in March 2005 via the Universal label in Japan. U.S and European release dates have not yet been confirmed. 19 songs are tentatively set to appear on the CD, including "Drinking with the Devil" (described by Yngwie as "a very intense, personal song), "Cherokee Warrior" (featuring Yngwie on vocals), "Boogie Man" (Yngwie: "Has a riff that just won't quit."), "Guardian Angel" and "Wings of War". There are at least three instrumentals on the album too. However, fans of the fantasy, dungeons and dragons lyrics are in for a shock because there are none.

"Unleash the Fury" recording lineup:

Yngwie Malmsteen - All Guitars
Doogie White - Vocals
Patrik Johansson - Drums
Joakim Svalberg - Keyboards

More information regarding the inspiration for the album's title is available at this location.

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