PINK CREAM 69: New Album Title Revealed

German/British melodic hard rockers PINK CREAM 69 are in the studio mixing their eleventh studio album, "Ceremonial", for an early 2013 release via Frontiers Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Big Machine", "Passage Of Time", "I Came To Rock" and "Special".

According to a press release, "Musically, the fans can expect a classic PINK CREAM 69 album from the David Readman era (beginning with 'Electrified')."

PINK CREAM 69 guitarist Alfred Koffler previously stated about the band's forthcoming CD: "The vibe within the band is very enthusiastic and creative. There are far too many strong songs by Dennis [Ward], David [Readman] and myself to pick from. There will be eleven of them on the album plus a couple of bonus tracks for the different markets and formats. We also will have guest appearances by two famous musicians on the new record — both fans of the band."

The release of the new PINK CREAM 69 album will be accompanied by the arrival of the band's first video clip since "Shame".

A full-scale tour will be launched after the release of the new LP.

PINK CREAM 69 earlier in the year parted ways with drummer and original member Kosta Zafiriou and replaced him with his good friend and longtime drum tech Chris Schmidt, who has previously played with SUNSTORM, Harry Hess' FIRST SIGNAL and more.


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