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January 12, 2007

Frontiers Records is pleased to announce the release of DANTE FOX new studio album entitled “Under The Seven Skies” on March 23rd 2007.

Recorded at MadHat Studios in Wolverhampton, UK, DANTE FOX’s long awaited third album has all the classic signature hooks running through their veins with tracks like “Hold Out Your Hands” and “Goodbye To Yesterday” being typical examples. The new material has a strong classic hard rock flavour making this album something special when compared to the band’s previous releases – more energy, more power and extreme excitement.

Guitarist Tim Manford presents the new effort saying that: “It is evident that individual performances are very impressive and the end results have produced a much more mature and confident sounding album”. “We hope the fans will warm to the new music as much as we do”, concludes Manford which points at the title track as the most relevant example of the new songwriting abilities “It was the first song written as a team by all the lineup members. This happens to be an nine minute epic, with string arrangements, classic Brian May-esque harmony guitars and as usual Sue’s passionate vocal”.

The new band’s line-up includes now Mick Hales on drums (a veteran of the midlands rock scene), bass player Mike Dagnall and keyboard player / guitarist Roman Wieckowski.

The first track recorded “Breakin’ Me Down” has had heavy rotation on Steve Price’s Show on ARFM with great reaction and support. Same happened to the song “The Last Goodbye” which was exclusively aired during the Christmas holidays on the Frontiers Records myspace site.

“Under The Seven Skies” will include the following tracks:

The Last Goodbye; Firing Guns; Hold Out Your Hand; Breakin’ Me Down; Goodbye To Yesterday; Walkin’ The Line; Love Tried To Find You; Save Me; Lucky Ones; Under The Seven Skies.

DANTE FOX are looking forward to the release of the album and taking the new songs on the road. Frontiers Records will release the new album worldwide on March 23rd 2007.

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