DOMAIN Sign New Record Deal, Plan Tribute Album Appearances

German melodic metal band DOMAIN have signed a deal with Limb Music Products. The group are currently in the studio working on their new CD, "The Last Days of Utopia", tentatively due in February/March 2005. According to a posting on the band's web site, the upcoming CD will be "a full conceptual album" and will feature "huge and epic choirs, fast guitars, fat keys & orchestra arrangements all transporting one complete story!"

In other news, DOMAIN will also be recording contributions to two upcoming tribute albums for the Finnish Lion Music label: DEEP PURPLE's "Stormbringer" (which the band have been performing live) and GARY MOORE's "Over The Hills And Far Away" (which is said to have "had a huge impact on our sound these days for sure!!!").


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