MASTERPLAN Prepare To Record Second Album

MASTERPLAN, the new band featuring ex-HELLOWEEN guitarist Roland Grapow, ex-HELLOWEEN drummer Uli Kusch and former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN/ARK singer Jorn Lande, are preparing to enter the Crazy Cat studio in Hamburg, Germany with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, ARCH ENEMY, NEVERMORE, SKINLAB) to begin recording their second album, tentatively due late January 2005 through AFM Records in Europe and Marquee Records in Japan and Southeast Asia.

The upcoming CD will feature contributions from all bandmembers as well as BRUCE DICKINSON guitarist Roy Z, who has previously produced albums from HALFORD and HELLOWEEN, among others. Mixing duties will take place at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki by Mikko Karmila while mastering will be handled by Mika Jussila.

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