DORO PESCH To Release New EP In November

German metal singer Doro Pesch (ex-WARLOCK) will release a new EP, "In Liebe Und Freundschaft" (For Love and Friendship), on November 4 via AFM Records. The EP's title cut will be a first taste of Doro's upcoming album, tentatively titled "Warrior Soul", which is due on March 24, 2006. The complete track listing for the EP is as follows:

01. In Liebe Und Freundschaft
02. For Love And Friendship (English Version)
03. Lonely Wolf
04. Never Get Out Of This Alive
Bonus track:
05. All We Are (live video from Bang Your Head 2005 festival)

On October 30, Doro will be a special guest on the German TV show "Hit Giants", which airs on SAT 1. The program will feature Doro talking to host Hugo Egon Balder on the topic of "rock classicals."

As previously reported, Pesch recently finished shooting her very first movie in Switzerland. The film, entitled "Anuk - The Path of the Warrior", was produced by Swiss director Luke Gasser and set for a theatrical release in in Switzerland, Austria and Germany sometime in 2006. A DVD release is also possible but not yet confirmed. Pictures of the movie shoot are available in the "member area" of Doro's official web site.

Pesch has just released her "Classic Diamonds" collection in the U.S. in CD/DVD formats via Locomotive Music. The CD features nine revamped Doro classics newly recorded by Doro with the help of THE METAL CLASSIC NIGHT ORCHESTRA, including such favorites as "I Rule The Ruins", "Metal Tango", "All We Are", "Fur Immer", "Burn It Up", "Tausend Mal Gelebt", "I'm In Love With You", "Undying" and "Love Me In Black". Four new songs grace the groundbreaking collection: "Breaking the Law" (a cover of the JUDAS PRIEST standard done as a duet with ACCEPT's Udo Dirkschneider), "Let Love Rain on Me" (a beautiful soulful ballad; also the lead song on a simultaneously-released seven-song EP), the instant-anthem "Always Live to Win" and "She's Like Thunder" (dedicated to Doro's best friend, undefeated female boxing champion Regina Halmich).

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