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Lovekillers feat. Tony Harnell

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From Frontiers:

BREAKING NEWS: On December 6, 2019, we will release the debut album from Lovekillers, which features Tony Harnell (Starbreaker, ex-TNT) on lead vocals. What does it sound like? Lovekillers sees Harnell deliver soaring vocals and the hard rock sound reminiscent of the widely heralded '80s TNT albums. Written by Harnell, producerAlessandro Del Vecchio and writers like Nigel Bailey, Pete Alpenborg, Marco Sivo, & Jonas Hornqvist, melodic hard rock doesn’t get any better than this!

More details, first single, and pre-orders to be announced later this year.

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Del Vecchio again!!! 

:lol:

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Know nothing about this before seeing this thread, but I'll put it out there - I reckon this one might just be a really pleasant surprise. I bet it belts the balls off the Starbreaker album. 

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3 hours ago, Geoff said:

Know nothing about this before seeing this thread, but I'll put it out there - I reckon this one might just be a really pleasant surprise. I bet it belts the balls off the Starbreaker album. 

That wouldn't be that hard.... :whistle:

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