THE JON OLIVA PROJECT To Begin Pre-Production For Debut Album

THE JON OLIVA PROJECT, consisting of SAVATAGE mastermind Jon Oliva and former members of CIRCLE II CIRCLE, will begin pre-production next week for the group's first album, tentatively due in late spring, "just in time for the Euro-festival run and anywhere else we can perform in Europe while we are there," according to drummer Christopher Kinder.

While some of the mellower material previously demoed by Oliva at Audiolab studios in Tampa, Florida will make it onto the CD, "Everyone should anticipate a return to the darker-heavier sound that has been the trademark of the Mountain King's musical library," Kinder said.

The band, who are currently unsigned, hope to embark on a U.S. tour later in the year.

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