Prassein Aloga Signs With Heart Of Steel Records
Heart of Steel Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Prassein Aloga:
"Heart Of Steel Records is very pleased announce the deal with the classic heavy metal band from Greece, called Prassein Aloga! The album is titled 'Midas Touch' and contains two songs with the vocal performance of the great Paul Di Anno! Release date December 2011 also available on digital stores.
"The band was formed back in 1995 and made an immediate success to the Greek audience with its hard sound and the use off Greek language on the lyrics.
"The first album ('Vasisou pano sou,' meaning 'count on yourself') was relatively the lightest and made its way to almost all the commercial radio charts in Greece. Despite their label's inducements to continue like this, the band's sound grew harder, much too hard for the musical taste of Greek commercial radio djs. So from the third album and on, the band collaborated with various independent domestic labels, keeping an underground profile.
"The biggest moments in the band's career were the collaboration with Paul Di'anno (performing as his band for two Greek tours, 2008 and 2010), opening for Scorpions in Chania 2009 and drummer's collaboration with Uli Jon Roth for a gig in Thessaloniki.
"The highlight for the band is the new recording for 2011 featuring Paul Di'anno on two tracks. Given this marvelous opportunity the band decides to make the whole album in English for the first time, even though that thought was in mind for a long time. The upcoming release is entitled 'Midas Touch.'"
More details can be found through the Heart of Steel Records website by heading over to this location.
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