According to Stefano Muscariello of HIGHLORD's official Italian fan site, the Italian power metallers' fifth album, "Instant Madness", will be released in Japan with a bonus track — the "Dragonball Z" opening theme "Cha-la Head Cha-la". The follow-up to 2004's "Medusa's Coil" will be recorded later this month at Elnor Studios and will be mastered at New Sin Studios. A tentative April 2006 Japanese release via Soundholic Ltd. is expected. The band are currently in negotiations with Mythic Silence Records about a possible U.S. licensing deal.
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