YNGWIE MALMSTEEN: New Songtitles Revealed

According to a posting at the YNGWIE MALMSTEEN fan site Guitar Alchemy, YNGWIE has now finished recording the new studio album. Vocals once again come courtesy of Doogie White (ex-RAINBOW). No other lineup details are available at present, although it's likely that Patrik Johansson played drums and keyboards came from Joakim Svalberg. It is believed that Yngwie played bass on the album as well. 19 songs are tentatively set to appear on the CD, including "Drinking with the Devil" (described by Yngwie as "a very intense, personal song), "Cherokee Warrior" (featuring Yngwie on vocals), "Boogie Man" (Yngwie: "Has a riff that just won't quit."), "Guardian Angel" and "Wings of War". There are at least three instrumentals on the album too. However, fans of the fantasy, dungeons and dragons lyrics are in for a shock because there are none!

It is most likely that the album will be released in early 2005. The follow-up to 2002's "Attack!!" will be issued via the Universal label in Japan, but no deals have yet been confirmed for Europe or the USA.


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