BRAZEN ABBOT To Release Live DVD In The Fall

BRAZEN ABBOT, the brainchild of Bulgarian guitarist Nikolo Kotzev, recorded their recent live appearances in Bulgaria for an upcoming DVD, tentatively due in the fall. As previously reported, the band's lineup for the gigs consisted of Kotzev, Joe Lynn Turner (vocals, ex-RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE), Lars Pollack (organ and keys), Tomas Broman (drums), and Wayne Banks (bass).

In other news, the Japanese edition of BRAZEN ABBOT's latest album, "Guilty As Sin", will have a different album artwork and a bonus track — an acoustic version of "Love Is On Our Side". In addition, the three first BRAZEN ABBOT albums will be re-released by SPV during the fall, with bonus tracks — possibly live recordings of songs from the Bulgarian tour.

Nik will travel to Germany in September to work on a studio recording by MESSIAH'S KISS.


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