LIONSHEART, the early '90s British melodic rock outfit fronted by former GRIM REAPER/ONSLAUGHT singer Steve Grimmett, have inked a European deal with Frontiers Records. "Contracts are also being finalized with a U.S. label who is keen to take North America, Canada and some of South America," reads a post on the band's web site.
The group's fourth studio album, "Abyss", is tentatively due in April.
As previously reported, "Abyss", was recorded at the Warehouse Studio in Oxford, U.K. throughout May/June 2003 and was engineered by Steve Watkins.
The complete track listing for "Abyss" (view cover artwork here) is as follows:
03. All I Got
04. I Need Love
05. How Can I Tell You?
06. I'm Alive
07. Don't Waste My Time
08. If You Cut Me
09. Save Me
11. How Long?
Low-quality Real Audio clips of the tracks "How Can I Tell You?", "I Need Love" and "Nightmare" can be heard at this location.
LIONSHEART will perform a very special "warm-up" gig on February 7 at The Queens Tap in Swindon, U.K. More dates will be announced soon.
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