Glen Drover (ex-Megadeth/King Diamond) is working on two new albums including one instrumental one, which he says is “kind of like a follow-up to the ‘Metalusion’ album.” The other is a “guest singers” album. He told the American Made Guitar Show the following about that one:
“One of them, which is a guest-singers album, as I call it right now — there’s no title for it — is an album with, basically, nine or 10 songs with different singers from the industry. I’ve been working on it for quite some time, kind of on and off, and it’s pretty close to being done now. But that’s an album, like I said, just different singers. There’s one track that has Chuck Billy from Testament on it, one has Todd [La Torre] from Queensrÿche, Henning [Basse] from Firewind. Just a bunch of really good singers, be it both buddies of mine that I met through my travels with the bands that I was in and became friends with or just singers that I really looked up to and really wanted to work with and hadn’t worked with in the past.”
It will feature mostly new material with “one or two covers,” including Alice In Chains’ “Junkhead,” which was previously released.