AXEL RUDI PELL: 'Mystica' Enters Swedish Chart At No. 56

AXEL RUDI PELL's latest CD, "Mystica", has entered the Swedish album chart at position No. 56.

Due in North America on September 26, "Mystica" was co-produced/engineered by Charlie Bauerfeind and features artwork by Colombian illustrator Felipe Machado Franco. Axel explained the story behind the cover and the album: "The five knights are on their way home now since they released their crown back from the evil breed during their visit at the 'Kings and Queens' castle. Their way will lead them back passing the 'Shadow Zone' and sailing on through the 'Oceans Of Time'. Of course it is a rather mystical travel and there are attacked by various creatures... I included some of this lyrical content in a few of the new songs, but not in all of 'em."

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