DOMAIN: Korean Edition Of New Album To Feature Bonus Track

The Korean version of DOMAIN's upcoming CD, "Last Days Of Utopia", will feature the bonus track "Only You Can", guitarist Axel Ritt's very own interpretation of the main theme of famous Korean TV series "Winter Sonata". The group's Korean label, Melodic Heaven, will also re-release "One Million Lightyears From Home" (2001), "New Horizons" (EP, 2001), "The Artefact" (2002) and "The Sixth Dimension" (2003).

"Last Days of Utopia" is scheduled for release in Europe on February 7 via Limb Music Products.

According to a posting on DOMAIN's web site, "Last Days of Utopia" is the group's "very first concept album, which tells a full story carried by new fantastic songs. We've taken a lot of time for epic symphonic elements, orchestration and huge choirs. A lot of hard work, but we're all absolutely satisfied with the result.

"The album artwork was designed by the fantastic Jason Juta, sleeve design by Thomas Ewerhard. It's the first album for our new label LMP, and we're really looking forward to that collaboration."

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