POWER QUEST To Release 'NeverWorld' Later In The Year

U.K. melodic power metal band POWER QUEST have started recording their new album, tentatively titled "NeverWorld", at Thin Ice Studios (THRESHOLD, ARENA, JOHN WETTON) and are set to mix the effort at Mastertone Studios with Pete Coleman (AC/DC, PARADISE LOST). The follow-up to "Wings Of Forever" is expected to be completed around the end of July/start of August and will feature guest appearances by Clive Nolan (ARENA), Karl Groom (THRESHOLD) and Sabine Edelsbacher (EDENBRIDGE) as well as a multimedia section. A late 2003 release through Now And Then Records is expected.

Upcoming POWER QUEST tour dates:

Aug. 25th – Camden Underworld – London, UK
Aug. 26th – The Full Moon - Bristol, UK
Aug. 28th – The Vic - Derby, UK
Aug. 29th – Bloodstock Festival - Derby, UK

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