SHADOW GALLERY Enter Studio to Record New CD

March 17, 2004

Progressive metallers SHADOW GALLERY will enter a San Diego recording studio Thursday, March 18 to begin tracking the drums for their fifth album, tentatively due later in the year. "The recording sessions of drummer Joe Nevolo, along with Gary Wehrkamp was originally slated for February 8th, but due to an unforeseen family emergency they were rescheduled for March 18th," reads a post on the group's web site. "At this time the title of next CD has not been released. For now this is just the next chapter in the book of SHADOW GALLERY."

SHADOW GALLERY's last studio album, "Legacy", was released in April 2001.

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