TRAGEDIAN Putting Finishing Touches On Debut CD

German melodic metallers TRAGEDIAN have issued the following update:

"As the completion of our debut CD is coming to an end, we are very delighted to announce that keyboardist Markus Teske (RED CIRCUIT, and producer, engineer for SYMPHONY X, VANDEN PLAS, MOB RULES and SAGA) and Malte Rathke (J.R.BLACKMORE'S SUPERSTITION, J.R.BLACKMORE GROUP) will help us to complete the last four remaining tracks taking over for Ingo. Ingo was the second keyboardist to join and was here until January 2004. Over the years he developed a strange muscle condition which is now impossible for him to touch a keyboard. Until a few months ago, we tried everything possible so that he could at least finish what we started as a team and friends, but no luck at all. All hope is not lost as he can at least still play guitar in which he is equaliy as great. Markus will handle a full track, a traditional neoclassical solo, and a classic re-make which is included as a bonus track while Malte will score a complete orchestration for our fastest track."

TRAGEDIAN previously released a self-financed four-song demo/EP in 2003.


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