AXEL RUDI PELL Recording New Tracks For 'The Ballads III' Compilation
The AXEL RUDI PELL band is currently in the studio recording three tracks for the upcoming "The Ballads III" compilation, tentatively due on October 25 through SPV Records. The three songs being recorded are "Don't Say Goodbye" (a new Axel composition), a new acoustic version of "Forever Angel", and a cover version of RAINBOW's "The Temple of the King". In addition, the CD will feature all of the group's ballads since the release of "The Ballads II". The band will interrupt their studio work for their live appearance at the Lorca Rock Festival on August 14 in Spain.
The second leg of AXEL RUDI PELL's "Kings And Queens" tour is planned for late October/early November this year. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon. Also, there are plans for live appearances at next year's Bang Your Head, Graspop Metal Meeting and Wacken Open Air festivals.
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