JORN LANDE: New Video Interview Available

A video interview with former MASTERPLAN/ARK frontman Jorn Lande, conducted by actionTV on May 22, 2007 at the release party for Ken Hensley's (URIAH HEEP) rock opera "Blood on the Highway" (which features a guest appearance by Lande) in Hamburg, Germany, has been posted online at this location.

As previously reported, Jorn Lande has been confirmed as one of the guests on "The Scarecrow", the third installment of EDGUY frontman Tobias Sammet's AVANTASIA solo project. The album is being produced by Sascha Paeth, who also played the rhythm guitar on the CD. The drums were laid down by KISS/ALICE COOPER drummer Eric Singer and the bass is being handled by Tobias himself.

Frontiers Records recently released two separate records by Lande (who performs under the band name JORN), entitled "Unlocking the Past" and "The Gathering".

The concept behind this dual release was to satisfy the fans' request for more material and to make some of Jorn's earlier work more widely available.


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