CORNERSTONE To Enter Studio In October

British hard rock vocalist Doogie White (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, CORNERSTONE, ex-RAINBOW) will be in Copenhagen, Denmark in early October recording some songs for the as-yet-untitled new CORNERSTONE album.

"I am really excited at getting back into the studio with the band," said White in a statetement. "We hope to announce the name of the album and some track listings soon. We are also out of contract with our current record label in Europe and will be announcing a label deal as soon as the details are finalized.

"I am currently learning songs for YNGWIE MALMSTEEN's tour of the USA. When I have any details I will let you know."

In addition to White, CORNERSTONE features in its ranks ex-ROYAL HUNT bassist Steen Mogensen. Working songtitles set to appear on the upcoming CD include "Destiny", "Comfort of Strangers", and "Misery Loves Company".

CORNERSTONE's live album, "Cornerstone In Concert", was released in July in Japan via Yamaha Communications and in Europe through Massacre Records. The CD was recorded at several shows on the group's debut tour of Europe in January/Febuary 2005. Included in the package is a video clip of live and backstage footage from the band's private archives.

CORNERSTONE's third studio CD, "Once Upon Our Yesterdays", was released in Europe in November 2003 through Massacre Records. Joining White and Mogensen on the album 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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