SPHERE OF SOULS To Record Debut Album In May

SPHERE OF SOULS, the Dutch prog-metal band featuring ex-SUN CAGED vocalist André Vuurboom, will record their debut album at Rotterdam's Excess Studios in May. It will be a concept album containing 13 tracks. Engineering and production duties will be handled by Hans Pieters and Joost van den Broek, respectively. A late 2005 release is expected. Drummer Patrick Gerritzen (ex-IMPERIUM) was unable to combine the band with his busy schedule and has been replaced by Ruud van Diepen (ex-AUTUMN EQUINOX).

SPHERE OF SOULS' recording line-up will be as follows:

Andre Vuurboom (ex-SUN CAGED, IMPERIUM) - Vocals/guitars
Rob Cerrone (ex-IMPERIUM) - Guitars
Anand Mahangoe - Guitars
Joost van den Broek (ex-SUN CAGED, BUMBLEFOOT, AFTER FOREVER) - Keyboards
Kees Harrison (ex-AUTUMN EQUINOX) - Bass
Ruud van Diepen (ex-AUTUMN EQUINOX) - Drums

A lead guitarist and keyboard player will be added for future live shows.


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