MICHAEL KISKE: I'm Not Interested In Rejoining HELLOWEEN

Ex-HELLOWEEN frontman Michael Kiske has vowed to never rejoin his former bandmates, claiming that his current project, SUPARED, is "much more interesting for me then any reunion could ever be."

When asked by a fan via a recent Noise Records newsletter if he would ever sing for HELLOWEEN again, Michael responded, "I don't think that's going to happen. Things have their time, and it's good to let the past be over. I also never will make a band again with people who aren't my true friends! I am OK with [former HELLOWEEN guitarists] Kai Hansen and Roland [Grapow] nowadays, but that's it. There is no musical benefit to this idea either! What I am doing now is much more interesting for me then any reunion could ever be. Sorry! It does not go together with my idea of fruitful creativity or true music."


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