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Axel Rudi Pell Announces "Into The Storm" Deluxe Album Release

After hitting the German (#5) and Swiss (#9) charts with latest album "Into the Storm" and selling out 7 dates of the first part of the Into the Storm Tour in February, there is still so much more to come from Axel Rudi Pell.

On his 25th anniversary headliner gig on July 11th at the Bang Your Head Festival in Germany, Axel Rudi Pell will he be joined on stage by Graham Bonnet (Rainbow, MSG), Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple), Doogie White (Rainbow, Yngwie Malmsteen), John Lawton (Uriah Heep), Tony Carey (Rainbow), Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio) and the former ARP singers Jeff Scott Soto and Rob Rock, along with being reunited with the original members from his former band Steeler.

The "Into The Storm" album also gets a deluxe treatment with a bonus CD consisting of brand new live recordings and the latest "Long Way To Go" video. The deluxe edition has a new cover and a new extended 16-page booklet with photos and liner notes by Axel Rudi Pell. Release dates are for Scandinavia August 20th, Germany August 22nd, Europe August 25th, and USA September 2nd. The track listing is:

CD1
1. The Inquisitorial Procedure 1:48
2. Tower Of Lies 4:22
3. Long Way To Go 5:32
4. Burning Chains 5:23
5. When Truth Hurts 6:46
6. Changing Times 6:05
7. Touching Heaven 7:02
8. High Above 4:49
9. Hey Hey My My 5:02
10. Into The Storm 10:35
11. White Cats (opus #6 Scivolare) 4:54
12. Way To Mandalay 7:52

CD 2
1. Nasty Reputation - Live 2014 5:45
2. Strong As A Rock - Live 2014 7:55
3. Medley: Too Late / Call Her Princess / Eternal Prisoner / Too Late - Live 2014 13:30
4. Long Way To Go - Enhanced Video 4:47

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