EVIL MASQUERADE Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

EVIL MASQUERADE, the Danish symphonic/power metal band led by former ROYAL HUNT singer Henrik Brockmann and guitar wizard Henrik Flyman, are putting the finishing touches on their new album, entitled "Theatrical Madness". Guest keyboardists on the CD include André Andersen (ROYAL HUNT), Richard Andersson (TIME REQUIEM, SPACE ODYSSEY) and Mikkel Jensen. An April 11 release via Frontiers Records is expected.

"Theatrical Madness" track listing:

01. When Satan Calls
02. Theatrical Madness
03. Bozo the Clown
04. Now When Our Stars Are Fading
05. A Great Day to Die
06. Demolition Army
07. Snow White
08. Witches Chant
09. Other Ways to Babylon
10. The Dark Play
11. Outro

EVIL MASQUERADE will support CORNERSTONE at The Rock in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 12.

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