MEKONG DELTA: New Album Update

Mainman/bassist Ralf Hubert of the legendary German progressive thrash outfit MEKONG DELTA has issued the following update on the progress of the recording sessions for the group's new album:

"Uli [Kusch, drums; MASTERPLAN, ex-HELLOWEEN] has finished recording the drums and did an excellent job. So the drums are done. The last two weekends I spent recording the bass in the studio of a friend of mine, so that's done too. As we can choose from many different guitar sounds we will decide before next week which basic guitar sound to use for recording. After that Peter [Sjöberg, guitar; also known as Peter Lake from THEORY IN PRACTICE] will start recording the complete guitar part."

MEKONG DELTA has yet to find a suitable singer to complete the group's current lineup.

Zardoz Music last year released a two-CD, 22-song compilation, entitled "The Principle of Doubt", containing selections from various MEKONG DELTA albums.


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