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Redemption Announces New Vocalist Tom Englund, Teases Album Details

As just announced at ProgPower USA 2017 this past weekend (September 8th), Redemption is confirmed to headline next year's edition of the festival, with new vocalist Tom Englund (Evergrey).

This new line-up including Englund, Nick van Dyk (guitars and keyboards), Sean Andrews (bass) and Chris Quirarte (drums) has finished recording Redemption's seventh full-length album, "Long Night's Journey into Day" - the first to be produced with Jacob Hansen. Guitarists Chris Poland and Simone Mularoni return as guest musicians. Fans can anticipate this upcoming album in early 2018.

"We are delighted to welcome Tom as the voice of Redemption", said van Dyk. "He has an incredibly powerful, soulful and emotional voice that our music really demands and we are quite confident that people will be blown away by what we have created together."

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1. coldiem writes:

Wow, Tom Englund. Really? This is great news. Album produced by Jacob Hansen? It just keeps getting better. Really looking forward to hearing more!

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2. D. Hansen writes:

Tom being Evergrey, what happens to Evergrey? Will he continue with both (Kind of like the situation with Jon Schaffer of Iced Earth with his side band Demons and Wizards with Blind Gardian front man Hansi K├╝rsch)?

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