THRESHOLD keyboard player Richard West has enlisted the services of guitarist Ruud Jolie (WITHIN TEMPTATION) and drummer Mark Zonder (FATES WARNING) for the recording of a new currently unnamed project fronted by vocalist Farrah West.

The project was first planned in 2002 when Farrah and Richard moved from their U.K. home to the Czech Republic to find time and space to record their debut album, with guest musicians including guitarist Tore Østby (ARK, CONCEPTION). However, the project stalled and Richard West spent the following years concentrating on progressive metal band THRESHOLD, clocking up European chart success with two albums and scoring a motion picture soundtrack slot for his song "Pilot In The Sky Of Dreams".

In 2009, Farrah and Richard started to focus once again on the project, co-writing a new album of songs and enlisting the services of Zonder and Jolie for the recordings.

The album is currently in the final stages of production, with an expected release later this year.


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