Tuesday, March 12, 2013

War & Peace special edition album to be released

On April 23, Deadline Records (a division of Cleopatra Records) will release a special edition of THE FLESH AND BLOOD SESSIONS from War & Peace.  The collection includes an unreleased track and liner notes from Jeff Pilson.

War & Peace is the all-star line-up of Jeff Pilson (Dokken, Dio, Foreigner) on lead vocals and guitar, Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio, Kill Devil Hill) on drums, Michael Diamond (Legs Diamond) on bass, and Randy Hansen on lead guitar.

THE FLESH AND BLOOD SESSIONS contains the original 1988 studio sessions recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios by Angelo Arcuri (Black Sabbath, Dio, Hellion) and mixed by Neil Kernon (Dokken, Queensryche, Kansas), as well as five tracks chiefly put together by Jeff Pilson in the mid 1990s. 

Re-mastered by Wyn Davis (Dokken, Dio), THE FLESH AND BLOOD SESSIONS re-issue comes with all new artwork, liner notes by Jeff Pilson, and includes an exclusive bonus track,"Heaven Knows", featuring guitarist Darren Housholder(Love/Hate), not found on the original 1999 release.  Making a guest appearance on “What I Hid Behind” is Robin McAuley, with whom Jeff was working in MSG.

Jeff Pilson is a prolific musician, a multi-instrumentalist who has been in internationally-recognized bands almost his entire career.  As evidenced by the musical fire power in War & Peace, Pilson’s collaborations lead to material that holds up in today’s heavy music environment.  “To this day I’m frequently asked about this period of the band and thought that putting out this CD could answer many questions,” said Jeff.

THE FLESH & BLOOD SESSIONS Track List:

  1.  Kill For The Love Of God
  2. Snake Eyes
  3. If I Put My Love In You
  4. I Don’t Want To Be Lonely
  5. Nailed To The Cross  
  6. Idle Worship
  7. Bringing It On
  8. Raising Cain
  9. What I Hide Behind
  10. Heaven Knows


THE FLESH AND BLOOD SESSIONS will be available in stores and online April 23 for the MSRP of $14.98.  The album is Amazon pre-order link is 

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