SHADOW GALLERY's upcoming album, "Room V", will feature a host of guest appearances, according to a post on the group's official web site. "Laura Jaeger returns again to sing on two songs for the new release," the posting reads. "Arjen Anthony Lucassen will be performing a solo on one of the tracks and new performer, Joe Stone will be performing a solo on another track. Also appearing will be Libby Molnar. The bonus disk for the European release will also have performances by Jim Roberti and Mark Zonder, along with Arjen Anthony Lucassen."
The first promotional trailer for the release of "Room V" has been posted online at the group's official web site. Check it out in Quicktime format: Dial-Up (8.67 MB), Broadband (17.4 MB).
InsideOut Music has set a June 7 U.S. release date for "Room Five". The CD will be issued in Europe on May 30.
The follow-up to 2001's "Legacy", "Room Five" will be a concept album and will be a continuation of the "Tyranny" story.
"Room Five" track listing:
02. Comfort Me
03. The Andromeda Strain
05. Birth of a Daughter
06. Death of a Mother
08. Seven Years
11. The Archer of Ben Salem
13. Room V
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