Tomorrow's Outlook Announces Guest Musicians For "34613" Re-Issue
Band Photo: Primal Fear (?)
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!"
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