POWER QUEST Vocalist Takes On Role Of Rhythm Guitarist

Anglo-Italian melodic power metal band POWER QUEST has announced that Alessio Garavello will now be taking on the role of rhythm guitarist alongside his vocal duties. "POWER QUEST are confident that this new line-up will bring a new dimension to their live shows," reads an official statemen from the group. "The band plan to record their new album in the spring of next year. Further updates on the album and live performances are expected to be released in the next couple of weeks."

Songtitles set to appear on the upcoming CD include "Hearts and Voices", "The Vigil", "The Right Place and the Wrong Time", "Count My Sins" and "The Tradgedy Suite".

POWER QUEST's third album, "Magic Never Dies", was released last summer via Majestic Rock. The follow-up to 2003's "Neverworld" was recorded at Thin Ice studios with producer Karl Groom (THRESHOLD guitarist).

(Thanks: Power_Metal_Dom)


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