MESSIAH'S KISS: We Are 'Doing Everything In Our Power' To Make New Album Best Ever

MESSIAH'S KISS, the German/American/British metal act featuring current RIOT touring singer Mike Tirelli (HOLY MOTHER, BURNING STARR), are mixing their third album, "Dragonheart", at Arena 20 studios in Hannover, Germany with producer Herman Frank (VICTORY, ACCEPT). All the instruments were tracked at Arena 20 while the vocals were laid down at the M-J.T. studio in Long Island, New York. "The mix should be done before Christmas 2005," reads posting on the group's web site. A June 2006 release via SPV is expected.

Comented the band: "We are doing EVERYTHING in our power to make 'Dragonheart' become the best MESSIAH'S KISS album ever! We leave nothing undone to find another percent in order to push the record even more!"

MESSIAH'S KISS recorded the follow-up to "Metal" as a four-piece following the departure of guitarist Alexander Hitz. The band's current lineup is completed by guitarist Georg Kraft, bassist Wayne Banks and drummer Eckhard Ostra.


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