FEINSTEIN: Former THE RODS Frontman To Release New CD In April

FEINSTEIN, the new band featuring former THE RODS frontman/ELF guitarist David "Rock" Feinstein and ROYAL HUNT singer John West, have set an April 19 European release date through MANOWAR's Magic Circle Music for their debut album, "Third Wish". A U.S. release is expected in June.

FEINSTEIN's current lineup is completed by Bob Twining (keyboards), Jeff Howell (bass) and Nate Horton (drums) A photo of the band can be viewed at this location.

The complete track listing for "Third Wish" (view cover here) is as follows:

01. Regeneration
02. Rebelution
03. Screaming Star
04. Third Wish
05. Rule The World
06. Masquerade
07. Far Beyond
08. Poison Ivy
09. Live To Ride, Ride To Live
10. Firefighter
11. Inferno

Audio samples of all 11 tracks can be downloaded at this location.


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