UFO Prepare To Record New Album
Legendary hard rockers UFO have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Phil [Mogg, vocals] has just returned from Vinnie's [Moore, guitar] house in Delaware where he and Vinnie have been working on songs for the new album. In mid-March, all the bandmembers are due to arrive in Hannover, Germany to start rehearsing and developing the twelve songs that have resulted from the writing sessions. In late March/early April the actual recording will take place. The drums will be recorded in Hannover and the rest in Celle, near Hannover. The aim is to deliver the finished tracks to the record company sometime in May and then there will be some festivals in the summer. SPV plan to release the new album in late summer/early autumn, and then the band is due to begin touring in October. Andy [Parker, drums; who recently rejoined the band] is in fantastic shape and we all can't wait to finally start working!"
UFO recently released a live CD/DVD, "Showtime", via SPV. The set was recorded at Pumpwerk in Wilhelmshaven, Germany on May 13, 2005.
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