U.D.O.: 'Mission No. X' Cover Artwork Posted Online

The cover artwork for U.D.O.'s upcoming album, "Mission No. X", has been posted online at Accept-Udo.de.

"Mission No. X" is scheduled for release on October 4 via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Thunderball" marks the recording debut with the group of new drummer Francesco Jovino. Jovino joined the band last year as the permanent replacement for Lorenzo Milani, who left the group for "personal reasons." Photos from U.D.O.'s recent video shoot for the track "Mean Streets" have been posted online at this location. A world tour in support of the album will kick off in January 2006.

U.D.O., who feature in their ranks ACCEPT frontman Udo Dirkschneider, recently entered the German single chart at No. 82 with their latest single/EP, entitled "24/7".


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