Former HELLOWEEN Singer To Guest On THALION CD

Former HELLOWEEN frontman Michael Kiske is among the guests confirmed to appear on the debut album from the Brazilian female-fronted progressive metal band THALION (web site). The conceptual CD, entitled "Another Sun", was mixed by Philip Colodetti (SHAMAN, KAMELOT, RHAPSODY) and will feature additional appearances by Fabio Ribeiro (SHAMAN), Fabio Laguna (ANGRA) and Miro (KAMELOT, AINA). Cover art was handled by Isabel de Amorin (ANGRA, ADAGIO, VANDEN PLAS). The record company is Hellion Records.

"Another Sun" track listing:

01. Atmospherer
02. Follow the Way
03. Show Me the Answers
04. Wait for Tomorrow
05. Another Sun
06. Solitary World
07. Life is Poetry
08. The Journey
09. Long Farewell
10. The Encounter


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