Former ELEGY/VENGEANCE singer Ian Parry has inked a deal with Metal Heaven for the release of the CONSORTIUM PROJECT IV album, entitled "Children of Tomorrow", tentatively due in July. Unlike Parry's previous CONSORTIUM PROJECT releases, "Children of Tomorrow" is said to be "a more diverse rock metal production with progressive elements reminiscent of his earlier productions." Parry spent more than a year on this epic production, writing, recording and mixing with former ELEGY bandmate/keyboard player Joshua Dutrieux. The songs were written as a collaboration between Parry, Dutrieux and the latest addition to the CONSORTIUM family, ex-WITHIN TEMPTATION drummer Ivar de Graaf.

Look for the CONSORTIUM PROJECT to hit the road later in 2007 as a prelude to an ELEGY reunion. More information will be made available soon.


Ian Parry - Vocals
Joshua Dutrieux - Keyboards
Ivar de Graaf - Drums
Henrik van der Laars - Guitar

Guest musicians:

Lou St. Paul (WINTER'S BANE) - Guitar
Rosita Abbink - Female Vocals
Erna auf der Haar - Female Vocals
Kyrah Dutrieux - Spoken Words
Judith Rijnveld - Femals Choirs
Niels Vejylt - Guitar
Marcel van der Zwam - Bass


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