LIONSHEART: 'Abyss' To Receive Worldwide Digital Release

LIONSHEART, the early '90s British melodic hard rock outfit fronted by former GRIM REAPER/ONSLAUGHT singer Steve Grimmett, will be releasing their fourth studio album, "Abyss", digitally in the following countries on June 29:

USA:

iTunes
eMusic
Real/Rhapsody
Napster
MusicNet/AOL
Musicmatch
BuyMusic

Germany:

Tiscali
MTVGermany
DirectMedia
WOM
Karstadt
Mediamarkt
Kontor

Netherlands:

MTVNetherlands
PlanetInternet
Tiscali
Chello

Spain:

Prisacom
Tiscali
MTV Spain

Austria:

AONMusicdownload
Chello

Italy:

Tiscali
MTV Italy

Belgium:

Belgacom

Switzerland:

DirectMedia

Holland:

Tiscali
MTV Holland

Australia:

Telstra
Sanity
ChaosMusic
HMV

U.K.:

MSNUK
Freeserve
HMV
VirginMega
MinistryofSound
Tiscali
MTVEurope
Mycokemusic.com

France:

MSN
ALapage
Fnac
Wanadoo
NCNumericable
MTVFrance
Belgacom/Skynet
DirectMedia
Tiscali

"Abyss" was released last month through Frontiers Records. The CD was recorded at the Warehouse Studio in Oxford, U.K. throughout May/June 2003 and was engineered by Steve Watkins.

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