Former HELLOWEEEN Frontman Sets Tentative Track Listing For New Solo Album
Former HELLOWEEN frontman Michael Kiske has set the tentative track listing for his upcoming solo album, tentatively due in early 2006 via Italy's Frontiers Records. Entitled simply "Kiske", the CD will feature an appearances by Kiske's longtime friend Karsten Nagel (ILL PROPHECY) on drums, with possible contributions from guitarist Sandro Giampietro and a bassist named Fontaine.
"Kiske" tentative track listing:
01. Fed By Stones
02. Hearts Are Free
03. The King Of It All
04. Knew I Would
05. Silently Craving
06. King's Fall
07. Sing My Song
09. I Don't Deserve Love
10. Sad As The Wortld
12. (Japanese Bonus Track)
In other news, Kiske has revealed that he has been approached by STRATOVARIUS mainman Timo Tolkki about a collaboration on a non-metal album. No further details are available at this time. Kiske will also be re-releasing his debut solo album, "Instant Clarity" (originally issued in 1996), featuring three previously unreleased bonus songs.
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