An e-card for LION'S SHARE's long-awaited comeback album, "Emotional Coma", can be accessed at this location.
According to a press release, "Emotional Coma" is "the heaviest and most powerful LION'S SHARE record to date" and it features guest appearances by Bruce Kulick (KISS), Glen Drover (MEGADETH) and Mats Levén (THERION, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN). The band features guitar player and founding member Lars Chriss, along with vocalist Patrik Johansson (ASTRAL DOORS, WUTHERING HEIGHTS), bass player Sampo Axelsson (GLENN HUGHES) and well-known session drummer Richard Evensand (CHIMAIRA, SOILWORK, THERION).
LION'S SHARE made its live debut with the group's new lineup during an unannounced gig Saturday night (May 19) at Pub Anchor in Stockholm, Sweden. "The appearance was not advertised, so it was a total surprise for the audience when LION'S SHARE entered the stage and gave them 30 minutes of the finest metal," vocalist Patrik Johansson said.
"Emotional Coma" is scheduled for release on June 15 via AFM Records. Sweden Rock Festival attendees will be able to buy the CD early during the band's signing session at the event on June 7 at 5:30 p.m.
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