VISION DIVINE To Release New Album In April

December 22, 2003

Italian melodic power metallers VISION DIVINE will release their third album, entitled "Stream Of Consciousness", in April 2004 through Scarlet Records.

The follow-up to 2001's "Send Me An Angel" will feature an important change in the group's lineup. Former singer Fabio Lione (RHAPSODY, LABYRINTH) will be replaced by Michele Luppi, "an amazing talented voice that fits perfectly into VISION DIVINE music," according to an official press release.

"Stream Of Consciousness" is described as "a new start, a new breath and something very unique," a "concept-story" based on one song (60 minutes long) divided in 14 chapters that are all linked together.

"Stream Of Consciousness" track listing:

Chapter I: Stream of Unconsciousness
Chapter II: Secret of Life
Chapter III: Colours Of My World
Chapter IV: In The Light
Chapter V: The Fallen Feather
Chapter VI: La Vita Fugge
Chapter VII: Versions Of The Same
Chapter VIII: Through The Eyes Of God
Chapter IX: Shades
Chapter X: We Are, We Are Not
Chapter XI: Fool's Garden
Chapter XII: The Fall Of Reason
Chapter XIII: Out Of The Maze
Chapter XIV: Identities...

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