POWER QUEST To Enter Studio In July

U.K-based metallers POWER QUEST will enter Remaster Studio in Vicenza, Italy on July 5 with producer Nick Savio to begin recording their fifth, as-yet- untitled album for a late 2010 release via Napalm Records. The band states, "This fantastic studio was where the majority of the [last POWER QUEST album] 'Master of Illusion' was recorded."

Adds band leader Steve Williams: "It's going to be great to be back in Italy and to be working with Nick again and I'm expecting to run into one or two very familiar faces during the recording process!"

In the meantime, POWER QUEST will demo three new tracks for Napalm at the end of March at Aubitt Studios in Southampton. The following songs are set for inclusion in the recordings: "Sacrifice", "Time to Burn" and "Rising Anew".

POWER QUEST recently announced its new lineup. It is as follows:

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Pete Morten - Vocals
Andy Midgley - Gutar
Ben Randall - Guitar
Paul Finnie - Bass
Steve Williams - Keyboards
Rich Smith - Drums

POWER QUEST's latest album, "Master of Illusion", was released in 2008 via Napalm Records/Avalon Marquee (Japan). Guest musicians on the CD include keyboardist Richard West from the U.K. progressive metal band THRESHOLD, Jorn Viggo Lofstad from the Norwegian power metal act PAGAN'S MIND and FOURWAYKILL singer Chris Neighbour.

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