KAMELOT: Touring Keyboardist Wanted
Florida-based power metallers KAMELOT are currently taking submissions for a touring keyboardist. All applicants must be able to commit at least three months to touring and have proper passports. In addition, they must be proficient at the keyboards and have some live experience. All expenses are paid with a good salary. Residents of all countries are welcome to apply. Send bio, soundfiles, solo mp3s, photos etc to: [email protected] Write "keyboards" in subject box.
You can mail a package as well to:
2130 Gold Rd.
Spring Hill, Florida
As previously reported, KAMELOT will shortly enter the studio to begin recording the follow-up to last year's "Epica", tentatively due in September/October through SPV Records. Drummer Casey Grillo is expected to record his parts at his studio Above the C, while the remainder will be done in Wolfsburg, Germany with producer Sascha Paeth]. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "March of Mephisto", "Nothing Ever Dies" and "Serenade". A Japanese tour will likely take place in December, to be followed by a European trek beginning in January 2005.
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