SILENT FORCE Vocalist To Work On 'Adventure Pop/Rock' Project
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based heavy metal vocalist D.C. Cooper's (SILENT FORCE, ex-ROYAL HUNT) official MySpace page has been updated with the following message:
"Producer/writer Jan Torndby from Copenhagen, Denmark came up with this interesting rendition of music with the actual lead vocals from the SILENT FORCE tune 'Walk the Earth'. Jan will be flying to the USA in April to work together with D.C. on some 'experimental' music. They are not sure what is going to happen yet as they are calling it adventure pop/rock??? Whatever. D.C. is looking forward to working on something with no limitations and inhibitions."
SILENT FORCE's fourth album, "Walk the Earth", was released in Europe in February 2007 via AFM Records (the CD was issued in the U.S. on May 22 via Locomotive)). The German label has also reissued the band's first two albums "The Empire of Future" (2000) and "Infatuator" (2001). "The Empire of Future" contains an acoustic version of the song "Saints and Sinners" as a bonus, while "Infatuator" includes a bonus live video of the title track.
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