December 12, 2007

SONATA ARCTICA's Tony Kakko has recorded a guest appearance on the forthcoming album from Lexington Park, Maryland-based progressive rock/metal band ODIN'S COURT, entitled "Deathanity". Tony has provided additional lead vocals on the song "Crownet".

Commented ODIN'S COURT guitarist/vocalist Matt Brookins: "The first time I heard SONATA ARCTICA, I fell in love. Tony has such lush, unique vocals, and he has an instantly recognizable voice. And the band exhibits characteristics that make them stand out in their genre — infectious melodies, technical musicianship, and diversity. 'Ecliptica' and 'Silence' are two of my favorite metal albums, so to hear that voice on an ODIN'S COURT song is quite cool for me. With all the growth and success SONATA ARCTICA has seen in the past couple of years, I was honestly shocked and excited when Tony agreed to sing a song on our new CD! Such a nice human being with such a talent is rare. I can't wait for folks to hear what he brought to the table!"

ODIN'S COURT is currently an independant band in search of a label for its new CD, "Deathanity", a concept album about the direction in which the human race is taking the planet.

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