HEED Announce Album Title

HEED, the new Swedish band featuring former LOST HORIZON members Daniel Heiman (vocals) and Fredrik Olsson (guitar), are continuing to negotiate with various record labels regarding the worldwide release of their debut album. The CD, entitled "The Call", will be issued in Japan on October 21. The album features a special guest appearance on backing vocals by former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN frontman Göran Edman.

As previously reported, HEED have uploaded at their official web site a jukebox featuring six songs that will appear on the group's debut album. Check out the tracks "Tears of Prodigy (Fallen Angel)", "Moments", "The Other Side", "I Am Alive", "Last Drop of Blood" and "Ashes" at this location. Recent photos of the group, whose current lineup is completed by drummer Mats Karlsson (stand-in drummer for LOST HORIZON's Spanish tour) and bassist Jörgen Olsson (ex-SEVENTH ONE), can be viewed by clicking here.


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