Vivian Campbell's Cancer Return Delays Last In Line Album (A Top Story)

On Friday Vivian Campbell's Cancer Return Delays Last In Line Album was a top story. Here is the recap: (TeamRock Radio) Last In Line have postponed the release of their debut album after guitarist Vivian Campbell revealed he was being treated for cancer again. Last In Line had originally planned to release their debut later this year via Frontiers, but that has now been put off.

The Dio-inspired group is Def Leppard man Campbell's side project with Vinny Appice, Jimmy Bain and Claude Schnell - who were all part of Ronnie James Dio's band. Former Lynch Mob frontman Andrew Freeman is the vocalist.

Campbell, 52, this week confirmed his Hodgkin's lymphoma had returned and that he would miss some Def Leppard shows as a result. He later announced he'd be back in live action with the band this Saturday, June 27.

Campbell tells Jam Magazine: "The reason why we're waiting until 2016 to release it is because I want to be available to tour the record. I think it deserves being given the opportunity." Read more, including an update on his treatment and watch the full interview - here.

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