SILENT FORCE Guitarist To Take Part In German Sessions

SILENT FORCE guitarist Alex Beyrodt will take part in several sessions with singer David Readman (PINK CREAM 69) and drummer Mel Gaynor (SIMPLE MINDS). The dates are as follows:

Nov. 30 - Cafe Message - Mönchengladbach, GER
Dec. 01 - Sandkaul - Wachtendonk, GER
Dec. 02 - Jazzkeller - Krefeld, GER
Dec. 03 - Okie Dokie - Neuss, GER
Dec. 05 - Musik Produktiv - Ibbenbüren, GER
Dec. 08 - Cafe Country - Kleve, GER
Dec. 09 - Toms On The Rocks - Ratingen, GER

SILENT FORCE — which also features in its ranks ex-ROYAL HUNT singer D.C. Cooper — will release its fourth album, "Walk the Earth", in Japan on December 21. A European release will follow in January via AFM Records. The guitars, bass and keyboards for the new CD were laid down at Guitars from Hell studio in Krefeld, Germany. "The song material is in the same direction like the last album, 'Worlds Apart'," according to a posting on the group's web site. A European tour will coincide with the album release.

"Worlds Apart" was released in the U.S. in October 2004 via Noise Records.


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