February 2, 2007

German melodic metallers EVIDENCE ONE have signed a deal with AFM Records. The group's third album, entitled "The Sky is the Limit", is scheduled for release on June 22. The follow-up to 2004's "Tattooed Heart" (Nuclear Blast) was written and produced by songwriter Robby Böbel, who has quit his position as the group's guitarist but will continue to be involved with the band behind the scenes. A replacement axeman, Jörg "Warthy" Warthmann, has already been recruited and will join the rest of the group for the "The Sky is the Limit" video shoot with Holland's Lowlife Media (MASTERPLAN, PRIMAL FEAR, EXODUS).

"The Sky is the Limit" track listing:

01. Can't Fight The Past
02. Gallery Of Broken Glass
03. Into The Depths Of My Soul
04. Mindmines
05. Mr. Madness
06. Propaganda
07. Raging Winds
08. Rain Road
09. The Luxury Of Losing Hope
10. The Sky Is The Limit
11. Won't Sleep Alone

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