My Kingdom Music has announced the signing of Italy's DRAGONHAMMER. The band's new album, "The X Experiment", will be released on October 21. The follow-up to 2004's "Time For Expiation" was recorded by a completely revamped lineup led by bassist Gae Amodio and vocalist Max Aguzzi, and will feature special guest appearances by as-yet-undisclosed musicians of international acclaim.

According to a press release, "The X Experiment" "could be described as an explosive mix of power, epic and progressive metal in the real DRAGONHAMMER tradition and style, and is based on a great futuristic concept, a modern fantastic story set in a post-nuclear world where chaos reigns." The CD's release will be supported by a series of live shows in Europe.


Max Aguzzi - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Gae Amodio - Bass
Roberto Franzò - Lead Guitar
Giulio Cattivera - Keyboards
Massimiliano Santori - Drums


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