SOUL SIGN To Release 'Life In The Dark' In May

SOUL SIGN, the Los Angeles-based band featuring Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, QUIET RIOT) on bass, Michael Olivieri (LEATHERWOLF) on vocals, Michael Taylor on drums and Rob Math (SEAL, MACY GRAY) on guitar, just completed a short tour of Sweden in support of its upcoming album, "Life In The Dark", due out in May.

According to the band's official bio, "SOUL SIGN was founded with the intention to deliver honest, original, strong modern rock through world-class musicianship. All of the members are the most extraordinaire musicians and personalities, who have had their craft perfected through many years of extensive worldwide touring and recording."

Video footage of the band's recent performance of "Sign Of Your Soul" on Swedish radio can be viewed below.

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