KINRICK To Release Debut Album In March

KINRICK, the new band featuring former FIREWIND/KENZINER vocalist Stephen Fredrick and guitarist Corbin King (VAINGLORY), will release their debut album, "Sense Your Darkness", in Europe on March 28 via Majestic Rock (Japan will receive the album on March 30). Adding their considerable weight to proceedings are PAGAN'S MIND/FIREWIND drummer Stian Kristofferson and ZANISTER bassist James Martin.

"Sense Your Darkness" was produced by U.S. guitar legend David T. Chastain, who says of the project, "Corbin and Stephen basically live in the same part of Atlanta and I had to get them into a band together for both logistical and talent reasons. I knew if we combined Corbin's heavy riffs with Stephen's unique melodic power vocals that the end results would be amazing. I was not disappointed…"

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