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After Roberto Tiranti’s words, here you are with a message from the band:
“As everybody already knows, Roberto has decided to part ways with the band in order to start his solo career. We wish him all the best and we thank him for the long walk we have had together. At the same time “the show must go on”, as somebody said, and the good news is that we have started working on the new album. This is not the only good news, anyway, ’cause we are incredibly excited and honored to announce that our new singer is none other than a top-notch artist and a piece of history in the metal world: we warmly welcome Mr. Mark Boals on board (Yngwie Malmsteen, Ring Of Fire, Royal Hunt) and we can’t wait to let you all listen to some of the new songs we are working on!
Sincerely yours, Labyrinth“
SONATA ARCTICA, Labyrinth, Triosphere
@ O2 Islington Academy, London
25th March 2011
Review: Rhiannon Marley
There was already a large crowd outside eagerly queuing for tonight’s gig when we arrived, with the doors opening exceptionally early for a gig, I was surprised to see the venue packed so early in the evening! With fans blocking the stairways inside desperately trying to get to the merchandise section, this was not the best place to have it, but it didn’t take long until we were inside!
I had the opportunity to have an interview with Alex de Rosso who?s been in the business for a decade. He had recently released the first album with his new band Headrush where he teamed up with fellow Italian Roberto Tiranti (also singer in Labyrinth). Besides Headrush have Alex played with Dokken and released a few solo albums as well.
Interviewed by: Anders Sandvall
Thanks to Frontiers Records for the promo pictures.
Thanks to Stefan at Atenzia records for the help with the interview