The new KROKUS single, "Angel of My Dreams", has been made available for download at this location. The song comes off the veteran Swiss rockers' new album, "Hellraiser", due on Septemebr 15 via Germany's AFM Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Rock the Block" was recorded with producer Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69).
As previously reported, an audio sample of the projected title track of KROKUS's new album, "Hellraiser', has been made available for download at this location (MP3, 1 MB).
KROKUS frontman Marc Storace told Metal-Rules.com in a recent interview that "Hellraiser" will be featured in an upcoming film called "Handyman". "It's a comedy movie by this Swiss comedian called Malcolm Reamer who is also big in Austria and Switzerland," he said. "He has starred with the people who do 'Wochenendhaus' and he's been in a couple of other films as well. He's very popular and he never stops joking. He's born for this part. The song is called 'Hellraiser' and it fits in the film. We have a small part in it where we get smashed in a limousine."
KROKUS recently announced the addition of German drummer Stefan Schwarzmann (ex-ACCEPT, U.D.O., HELLOWEEN) to the group's ranks. The band's current lineup is completed by Tony Castell (bass), Mandy Meyer (guitar) and Dominique Fave (guitar).
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