Dio Disciples Working On Studio Album

Dio Disciples

(Classic Rock) Dio Disciples are currently working on a studio album, Craig Goldy confirms. The guitarist of the Ronnie James Dio offshoot act says they'll aim to release it by next summer - and the songs will be written by former Dio men and those who were "close to the Dio family."

He tells SleazeRoxx: "We're negotiating with a record company as we speak. At the moment, the goal is to have an album written and recorded and have it out by the summer of 2017.

"The idea is to have songs written by people that were in the Dio band or close to the Dio family. Also, the other criteria is that the songs would be done in a manner which Ronnie would approve."

Goldy, who's working with former Dio man and current Foreigner and Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson on the project, also reports that they're looking for a "younger producer" to give them a "current sound." Read more here.

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