VANDEN PLAS Singer' 'Abydos' To Premier As Rock Musical

The solo album of VANDEN PLAS vocalist Andy Kuntz has received great reviews ever since its release. Now Andy will take his work of art one step further and bring "Abydos" to the stage! The "Heavy Mental Shadow Opera" will premier in Kaiserslautern's Pfalztheater around the time of next year's soccer world cup in Germany.

As previously reported, VANDEN PLAS have set "Christ 0" ("Christ Zero") as the title of their upcoming concept album, which is said to be a modern adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' book "Monte Cristo". The band are also working on a rock opera based on the same concept, but the regular VANDEN PLAS album is their main priority. Even though the band has been working on theater-oriented material for their rock opera, "Christ Zero" will be a very heavy album. The band has written more than 25 songs and will chose about 15 of them to work on the arrangements for the album. The leftover material will be used for the rock opera.

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