POWER QUEST: 'Recording Of The New Album Is Going Well'

UK melodic power metallers POWER QUEST have have issued the following update:

"The recording of the new album is going well. Francesco [Tresca] has completed his drum tracks for all the songs and Andrea [Martongelli] has already started the guitars and is making awesome progress. Steve Scott will fly to Italy this week to put down his bass parts and then Steve Williams [keyboards] and Richard West [THRESHOLD] will fly out on November 12th to record vocals and keyboards, with Richard handling production duties on vocals and keyboards. Meanwhile, Steve Williams has just returned from Poland after taking part in the rock opera 'She', which was written by Clive Nolan and performed by Caamora. The live DVD of the Caamora performance will be released on January 28, 2008 by Metal Mind Productions."

POWER QUEST recently inked a deal with Napalm Records. The band is recording its fourth album, tentatively titled "Master of Illusion", at Remaster Studio in Vicenza, Italy. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Hearts and Voices", "The Vigil", "The Right Place and the Wrong Time", "Count My Sins" and "The Tragedy Suite".

POWER QUEST recently had their first two albums re-released as double-disc sets with bonus DVD material. The band's debut, "Wings of Forever", was released in 2002 and features "Far Away", a real favorite download track among the fans. For the first time ever the album includes two of the group's original demo tracks — never before released, making this reissue a real collector's item. "NeverWorld" hit the streets in 2003 in Japan and 2004 in Europe. The catchy title track is the storming encore of most live appearances whilst the DVD gives you a chance to catch POWER QUEST at one of their earliest live appearances in 2004. These twin re-releases have been repackaged with extended sleeve notes and new artwork. They are available through Majestic Rock and their European distribution channels or the POWER QUEST online store.

POWER QUEST live in France:


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