ULI JON ROTH: 'Requiem For An Angel' Sessions Underway

April 17, 2004

The following message was posted on legendary guitarist Uli Jon Roth's (ex-SCORPIONS) official web site:

"The SKY ORCHESTRA string players have just spent several days at Skylight Manor Studios. Several new pieces which are part of 'Requiem For An Angel' were recorded under Uli's direction. Everyone involved was very pleased with the results and there will be further recordings next month. Sound engineer for the sessions was Martin Leissner.

"There is no release date for the album in sight, but Uli is planning to spend a lot of time on this large-scale project over the next few months. We will keep you posted on the progress."

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