KINGDOM COME Enter Studio To Record New Album

Germany's KINGDOM COME, led by frontman Lenny Wolf, will enter the studio on August 28 to begin recording the follow-up to last year's "Independent", tentatively due in early 2004 through UlfTone Music.

Says KINGDOME COME's webmaster Marko (who also happens to be Lenny's brother), "For me personally the upcoming album is already the best [KINGDOM COME] ever! As the last record 'Independent' already took new directions through songs like 'Mother' or 'Religion Needs No Winner', the new record will take it even further! From very atmospheric to guitars from hell. A combination I have not heard like this before, it's not like THIS or THAT, it's more like .... you gotta check it yourself! A development I would not have expected."

KINGDOM COME are hoping to hit the road before Christmas. Exact dates and venues will be announced during the coming weeks.


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