August 8, 2005

LEPRECHAUN, the side project of Damnagoras (singer of ELVENKING) and Francesco Bucci (bass player of STORMLORD),have decided to sell their demo CD, "The Ultimate Dance", while waiting to secure a deal for the release of their first album.

Commented Damnagoras: "After I joined ELVENKING back, lots of people were asking about LEPRECHAUN's future. So it's time to clear things up a bit! As everybody may know, we have released a demo-cd for record companies only, called 'The Ultimate Dance'...then we carried on writing songs and at the end we had 11 songs. So the first album is ready from the songwriting point of view. During this year we had some contacts with various record companies...but unfortunately nothing happened. We'd really like to release the first album but we will do it only when there'll be the right opportunity with the right company. Anyway we will keep on trying! In the meantime we feel that, waiting for this 'possible album' to be released, it would be cool to give to our fans the possibility of listening to the demo songs. So that's why we decided to sell 'The Ultimate Dance'."

For more information, visit www.leprechaun.it.

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