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Below is our complete Tomorrow's Outlook news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Norway's classic heavy metal band Tomorrow's Outlook will release new album "A Voice Unheard" in 2015 via Australian label Battlegod Productions. The cover artwork can be seen below, and the track listing is as follows:
1. Within The World Of Dreams (Ralf Scheepers)
2. Descent (Tony Johannessen)
3. Through Shuttered Eyes (Tony Johannessen)
4. A Voice Unheard (Ralf Scheepers)
5. Outlaw (Scott Oliva)
6. Times Of War (Tony Johannessen)
7. One Final Prayer (Ralf Scheepers)
8. The Enemy (Ralf Scheepers)
9. Fly Away (Ralf Scheepers)
10. Nothing Shall Remain (Ralf Scheepers)
11. From The Ashes (Ralf Scheepers)
12. Cloudbreaker (Bonus) (Fabio Lione)
13. Crossing The Border (Heir Apparent Cover) (Yannis Papadopoulos)
14. Immune (Lethal Cover) (Tom Mallicoat) More...
Norwegian metal band Tomorrow's Outlook has revealed studio footage off Jamieson Price doing voice overs for a track off upcoming concept album "A Voice Unheard." The band comments:
"Jamieson Price is best known for his deep and booming voice for numerous anime and video games, but some of you may also remember him from movies like 'The Patriot' where he was cast with famous actors such as Mel Gibson, Jason Isaacs and Heath Ledger.
"Jamieson is not the first professional actor to collaborate with the band on the upcoming release. A few months back the British actor 'Danny Webb' recorded a narration for a song called 'Nothing Shall Remain.' Danny has played in numerous British movies, but is probably most known for starring as character 'Robert Morse' in Alien 3."
The new album is scheduled for an early 2015 release via the Australian label Battlegod Productions and the track listing is as follows:
1. Within The World Of Dreams
3. Through Shuttered Eyes
4. A Voice Unheard
6. The Choice
7. Times Of War
8. One Final Prayer
9. The Enemy
10. Fly Away
11. Nothing Shall Remain
12. From The Ashes
13. Cloudbreaker (Bonus)
14. The Executioner (Cover) More...
Norwegian metallers Tomorrow's Outlook have posted some rough footage from the studio of Tom Mallicoat recording vocals for their upcoming album. The vocalist from American heavy metal band Lethal will be singing lead on the track "A Voice Unheard."
The band comments: "We are thrilled to work with one of our all-time favourite vocalists for our forthcoming CD. Programmed which was the debut album of Tom's band Lethal is a true masterpiece and definitely among our all-time favourite releases. What is so cool is that Tom is still the amazing singer he was back in the days. He hasn't lost a bit of his voice actually. Still the same power and amazing range. We are working with the best vocalists in the industry, and even if Tom hasn't really recorded anything the last 10 years or so, he can still stand toe to toe with the best. No doubt!"
The new release will be a concept album and is scheduled to drop in early 2014 via Battlegod Productions. Further details are forthcoming. More...
Norwegian act Tomorrow's Outlook has issued the following statement about re-releasing the "34613" album with bonus tracks featuring guest musicians:
"Within the next couple of months, our label Battlegod Productions will re-press our debut album '34613' with two or three additional bonus tracks. The first bonus track is called 'Fly Away' and will be featuring Primal Fear and EX Gamma Ray singer Ralf Scheepers. The second bonus track is called 'Outlaw' and will feature Scott Oliva on vocals. Both these songs will showcase the new songwriting collaboration between Andreas, Øystein and I.
"We would like to thank everone who bought a physical copy or a digital download of our debut album. You rock! We would also like to thank everyone who spread the word about it, whether you're a highly respected metal journalist in a big magazine or just a random metalhead telling all your facebook friends. We are very happy with the feedback so far, especially from the bigger magazines such as Rock Hard (7/10), Heavy Magazine (8/12), Legacy Magazine (11/15), Scream Magazine (4/6), Norway Rock Magazine (4/6), etc. We also got some very good reviews on the internet in webzines like Metal To Infinity (94/100), Metal.de (8/10), Powermetal.de (7,5/10), Queens Of Steel (8,5/10), Metal-Temple (8/10), Heavy-Metal.it (4/5), Metal CD Ratings (4/5), Valkyrian Music (4/5), Metal Asylum (7/10), Medicine Magazine (10/13), and so forth.
"I did talk to some major magazines about Tomorrow's Outlook: Scream, Legacy, Terrorizer, Zero Tolerance and a few others. I also did interviews with Metal To Infinity, Pavillon and Heavymetal.no. I will post everything I did as soon as its either in print or online. If you have any other questions for me, the band or the musicians, please post them on our official Facebook page.
"Well, have a great remaining week and also summer! Best wishes from Sörvik 'Rock' City and Northern Norway!"
Norwegian metallers Tomorrow's Outlook have posted a teaser clip online for the band's upcoming release, "34613." You can check out the clip below. "34613," which features guest appearances by Michael Kiske (HELLOWEEN) and Graham Bonnet (ALCATRAZZ, RAINBOW, MSG) has no release date as of yet, but it's expected to arrive sometime this year.
Norwegian act Tomorrow's Outlook has checked in with the following update about the band's debut album and about working on new material:
"Late December we shipped out almost 20 promopacks. Most of the CDs were sent to major record-companies such as: 'Lion Music', 'Century Media', 'LIMB Music', 'Nuclear Blast', 'Massacre Records', 'Spinefarm', 'Mascot Records' etc..but we also sent a few copys to some smaller labels like 'Pure Steel Records', '7Hard Records', 'Battlegod Productions', 'Avenue Of Allies' etc.
"Now that 3 weeks have passed we still haven't heard back from any of the bigger labels..but we continue the search and we're crossing our fingers. Besides all the waiting for something to happen, our friend and artist Isis Sousa is working on some promo artwork for '34613'. She has just finished some great-looking artwork for the magazines and for the media..and I can't wait to unleash it with the music and everything.
"We're also writing some new songs..and I can already now promise you a much stronger follow-up (if we should ever get the money to record another album). Yea I guess it all depends on if we can secure a good deal or not for our debut album, '34613'. But we can always win the lottery of course, he-he..."
Norwegian metallers Tomorrow's Outlook have issued the following update in regards to their forthcoming debut album, "34613:"
"We have now been listening through the Master a couple of times and there is nothing we would like to change. It all sounds killer! We would like to thank our engineer for being patient with us and for doing such a great job. We didn't expect the recordings to turn out as great as they did. Colin Davis is a true magician, and I have been wondering lately why he ain't up there with the best metal/hardrock producers of today!
"Well, a few days ago I started to shop for labels. I shipped out 13 promo packs. 7 of them to Germany: Century Media Records, Limb Music, Nuclear Blast, Massacre Records, Pure Steel Records, Avenue Of Allies and Rock N Growl. The rest to: Lion Music (Finland), Spinefarm Records (Finland), Mascot Records (Holland), Inferno Records (France) and last but not least Rockadrome Records (USA). More...
Tomorrow's Outlook has issued the following update regarding the progress of their new album, "34613:"
"First of all, we're so sorry for the lack of updates lately! We have been very busy putting the final touches on the album. We have also finally scheduled the mastering process for '34613.' It will happen sometimes during October, and Colin Davis from Imperial Mastering will take care of everything!"
"Right now we're only waiting for Graham Bonnet to fly back home from Japan to record the vox for the last song on our debut. It's entitled "Glass Mountain". Graham has been playing a rare live show over there called 'Voices Of Rainbow' with Joe Lynn Turner and Doogie White. After the reports I hear he's in great shape so I'm really looking forward to hear him belt out some vocals for us.." More...
Norwegian metal band Tomorrow's Outlook has posted a new song on their MySpace page.
The band comments on the new song, "We have uploaded another clip from 34613. It's just a rough demo without vox! - MIDI bass/drums--but with real guitars. This new song is definitely gonna be one of the highlights on the album. It will feature no other than the legendary hard rock vocalist - MASTER Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, ALCATRAZZ, IMPELLITTERI). Looking forward to work with one of our all-time favourite singers and heroes. It's gonna be a BLAST for sure.. So stay tuned!!"
Norwegian metallers Tomorrow's Outlook have posted online a clip of their cover of "Victory Is Mine" by Virgin Steele. The clip can be heard on the band's MySpace page. The cover will be part of an upcoming tribute album to Virgin Steele titled "By The Gods: A Noble Tribute To Virgin Steele," which does not yet have a solid release date set.
Norwegian metallers TOMORROW'S OUTLOOK have posted a 60-second clip of their Crimson Glory cover, "Red Sharks," featuring Norman "Ski" Kiersznowski and Mike Gorham on a duet.
"Red Sharks" will be included on the upcoming "The Revenge Of Azrael" tribute to Crimson Glory, due later in the year via Metallicarchangel Records.
Here's "The Revenge Of Azrael" lineup:
TOMORROW'S OUTLOOK (Nor) - "Red Sharks"
FAITH FACTOR (USA) - "Azrael"
WITHOUT WARNING (USA) - "Lost Reflection"
CYCLOPHONIA (Norway) - "Eternal World"
GRAVEN IMAGE (USA) - "Where Dragons Rule"
PLANET STORM (Sweden) - "Burning Bridges"
ANARCHY X (Italy) - "Queen Of The Masquerade"
HELD UNDER (USA) - "Valhalla"
INNOSENSE (Greece) - "Masque Of The Red Death"
FATES PROPHECY (Brazil) - "In Dark Places"
ETERNAL WINTER (USA) - "Lady Of Winter"
SCOTT OLIVA (USA) - "Painted Skies"
MIKE BLAIR PROJECT (USA) - "Dream Dancer"
More bands will probably be added later as well.