16.04.2014  UNISONIC: „For The Kingdom“ EP Artwork unveiled

Unisonic unveils the artwork for the upcoming EP “For The Kingdom“.

Created by graphic artist Martin Hausler (who has previously worked with Unisonic on the band´s debut album cover design), it constitutes only a very small excerpt of the futuristic album artwork.

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Produced by Dennis Ward, the EP contains the fast album track “For The Kingdom“, the exclusive song “You Come Undone“ (only available on this release) plus four previously unreleased live songs: “Unisonic“, “Never Too Late“, “Star Rider“ and “Souls Alive“all recorded at the Masters of Rock Festival 2012 in Czech Republic (and to be found in their studio renditions on the band´s debut album).

 

The EP/mini album will be available on CD, strictly limited 12 inch vinyl EP and digital download on May 23rd  2014

 

 

 

Lineup:

Michael Kiske – vocals

Kai Hansen – guitars

Mandy Meyer – guitars

Dennis Ward – bass

Kosta Zafiriou – drums

 

14.10.2011  UNISONIC Featuring MICHAEL KISKE, KAI HANSEN Signs With earMUSIC/EDEL

UNISONIC, the new band featuring former HELLOWEEN vocalist Michael Kiske and Kai Hansen (GAMMA RAY, ex-HELLOWEEN) alongside Dennis Ward (bass) and Kosta Zafiriou (drums) of Germany’s PINK CREAM 69 and Swiss guitarist Mandy Meyer (who has previously played with ASIA, GOTTHARD and KROKUS), has inked a deal with earMUSIC/Edel.

Commented Zafiriou: “We had several promising labels being interested in UNISONIC, but the enthusiasm of Max Vaccaro and his team convinced us that earMUSIC is the right company for us.”

UNISONIC’s debut EP will be released in January 2012, followed by a full-length album in the early spring.

After the addition of Hansen to the group’s lineup in early 2011, UNISONIC continued the songwriting process for its debut release, incorporating Kai’s talent for writing great anthemic rock songs into its existing material. The recordings for the album started at end of September at ICP studios in Brussels, Belgium.

UNISONIC’s music is very versatile and shows a broad approach to heavy rock without sacrificing the power and strong, catchy melodies that characterized the bandmembers’ previous projects.

Commented Kiske: “It feels great to finally bring the band to the studio and record the songs we’ve been working on. We took our time to grow as a band, but it was definitely worth it and we are very proud of the result.”

Added bassist/producer Ward: “We have a bunch of very strong songs and can’t wait until people can hear them. Everyone in the band is now looking even more positive into the future.”