SYMPHORCE Members To Guest On SAGITTA Album

SYMPHORCE members Andy B. Franck (vocals) and Cede Dupont (guitars) have been invited to appear on the forthcoming album by the up-and-coming Brazilian band SAGITTA. Both musicians are currently in different studios recording their parts. Dupont flew over to Brazil to record his contributions in Sao Paulo, while Andy had to settle for doing his vocal tracks in a German studio due to scheduling conflicts (related to his touring commitments with BRAINSTORM). Besides the usual English lyrics, Andy will be trying to sing in Portuguese for the very first time.

After completing their guest performances, SYMPHORCE will hit the road again to continue promoting their highly successful last full-length effort, "Twice Second".

Upcoming SYMPHORCE tour dates:

Jul. 31 - Himmel Open Air– Schaumburg/Hoof (near Kassel), GER
Aug. 14 - Metal Mania Open Air– Komen (close to Italy/Croatia), SLO
Sep. 10 - Biebob – Vosselaar, BEL
Sep. 11 - Raismes Festival – Raismes, FRA
Sep. 12 - La Locomotive – Paris, FRA
Oct. 02-03 - Progpower Europe – JC Sjiwa, Baarlo (L), NETH


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