SHADOW GALLERY Sign With INSIDEOUT MUSIC
Progressive power metallers SHADOW GALLERY have inked a deal with InsideOut Music. The group are currently recording their fifth album, tentatively titled "Room Five", for an early 2005 release.
The follow-up to 2001's "Legacy" will be a concept album and will be a continuation of the "Tyranny" story, according to a posting on the InsideOut web site.
Commented guitarist Gary Wehrkamp: "As we begin to approach the later stages of recording, we are finding ourselves excited about our upcoming release. We remained quite busy after our last record, but took some time to team up with InsideOut, noting how much respect they had for their bands and visa-versa. I believe they are a good vehicle for our upcoming disc and look forward to working with them. We are ready to put some new music back in the hands of progressive rock fans this spring."
Added InsideOut managing director Thomas Waber: "We are glad, to finally have the chance to work with these guys. I bought their first album when it came out and have been a fan of the band ever since!"
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