Former BLACK SABBATH Singer Launches Official Web Site
Former BLACK SABBATH frontman Tony Martin has launched his official web site at www.tonymartin.net. Martin, whose last recorded effort with SABBATH came in the shape of 1995's abysmal "Forbidden", recently completed work on the new EMPIRE album, "Trading Souls", due through Lion Music on April 21. The brainchild of ex-VANIZE/current MAJESTY guitarist Rolf Munkes, EMPIRE's "Trading Souls" features contributions from ex-BLACK SABBATH/WHITESNAKE bassist Neil Murray, DEEP PURPLE/ex-OZZY OSBOURNE keyboardist Don Airey, and HAMMEFALL/ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN drummer Anders Johansson.
The complete track listing for "Trading Souls" is as follows:
01. One In A Million
02. Pay Back Time
03. Teenage Deadhead
04. Big World, Little Man
06. Perfect Singularity
07. Wherever You Go
08. Did You Ever Love Me
09. Comin' Home
10. Back In The Light
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