ELEGY Guitarist To Issue New Solo CD
ELEGY guitarist Patrick Rondat has inked a new solo deal with the French label Nothing To Say (NTS) Records and is in the process of recording his fifth solo album, "Ephemeral World".
The self-produced album will contain 10 new songs, including an adaptation of a piece by Bach, and will feature as-yet-undisclosed "bonus" material. Drums for the CD were recorded in Germany at Bazement Studios with Dirk Bruinenburg. Bass duties were handled by Patrice Guers.
The album is scheduled for release in March/April and will be followed by promotional showcases, demos and "hopefully a tour," according to a posting on Rondat's web site.
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