CORNERSTONE: If You Are Not Into Metal, You Are Not My Friend

CORNERSTONE, the project featuring ROYAL HUNT bassist Steen Mogensen and ex-RAINBOW/current YNGWIE MALMSTEEN vocalist Doogie White, have posted the following message on their official web site:

"[The European] tour is done. Now comes the task of sifting through the recordings to find the ones that are going to make up the live album. We have a couple of ideas for the title but if you want to have your say go to the forum and thrash it out with the other members and see what you come up with. A six-pack of Elephant Beer to the winner.

"Doogie will be flying back to Copenhagen soon to record vocals on three brand new CORNERSTONE tracks that the band recorded just before the tour. These will be for the next studio album due sometime later.

"CORNERSTONE would like to say a huge thanks to everyone who came and supported the band and sang along. Remember you may be on this live album somewhere. In the words of our special friend and backliner Kim 'Diamond': 'If you are not into metal you are not my friend.'"

CORNERSTONE's third album, "Once Upon Our Yesterdays", was released in Europe in November 2003 through Massacre Records. Joining White and Mogensen on the CD were returning members Kasper Damgaard on guitar and Allen Sorensen on drums. Guesting on keyboards were Rune Brink and ROYAL HUNT's Andre Andersen.


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