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Mob Rules Posts "Celebration Day" Snippet From 20th Anniversary Box Set

While Mob Rules is currently taking a deep breath before preparing for anniversary shows, the work on the 20th anniversary boxed set "Timekeeper" (due out October 28th in North America) was completed a few days ago.

Now the musicians are revealing bit by bit exciting details about the box. "Following an elaborate production, which was done in real team work, the result makes us both happy and proud," comments keyboardist Jan Christian Halfbrodt. "Over the last twenty years, Mob Rules have accumulated lots of material and of course lots of ideas which we wanted to integrate into this boxed anniversary set, so at the end of the day it has turned into a 4-disc package including DVD. As a fan item, we feel it's an absolute must!"

The band has already given away that a number of renowned guests have contributed to "Timekeeper," among them Udo Dirkschneider (U.D.O.), Amanda Somerville & Sascha Paeth (both Avantasia), Peavy Wagner (Rage), Michael Ehré (Gamma Ray), Herman Frank (Accept) and Bernhard Weiß. The result of the band's successful cooperation with the Axxis frontman can now be heard on a pre-release snippet, available below.

"With his musical biography, Bernhard is one of our role models, and we're really excited about his vocal contribution on 'Celebration Day,'" Halfbrodt explains.

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