KAMELOT Initial Pre-Production Sessions For Next CD Completed

March 28, 2002

An update from the KAMELOT camp:

“[KAMELOT frontman] Khan [has returned] to Norway after a fantastic writing session in Florida. Two weeks of brainstorming and artful creations that will lead to the next KAMELOT epic were made on the small island of Anna Maria, Florida. The next step is for [KAMELOT guitarist] Thomas Youngblood to make the long journey to Norway in the small village of Sørskogbygda.

“A recent visit to Florida by singer/songwriter Ian Parry (i.e. ELEGY) was part of the new discussions regarding the next CONSORTIUM PROJECT CD.

Youngblood states ' I am looking forward to writing some new songs with Ian, its a great outlet outside of KAMELOT and Ian is a great friend.' “

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