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Def Leppard to give fans a preview of "Euphoria"

The much anticipated new album from Def Leppard is set to hit the stores on June 8th. Def Leppard plans to give their fans a sneak peak a four days before the official release via their new web site. 

We checked the site and it is not up yet, so fans will have to wait until June 4th to head over to to download some new music. 

The band once again enlisted the aid of "Mutt" Lange in producing the album. The sound? It is said to be closer to the classic Leppard sound found on Pyromania and Hysteria ( two rather different sounding albums  ed.) The band took a gamble with their last release in 1996 with the album Slang. They made some radical experiments with the Def Leppard sound. Some fans loved the album others longed for the likes of Pour Some Sugar on Me, and Photograph. Now that Def Leppard has proved they are capable of going beyond their classic Pop metal sound, they comfortably return to the sound that made them megastars. 

The timing is perfect, with 1999 seeing the return of so many of the influential hard rock bands of the 80's. Def Leppard led the pack in the 80's with millions in record sales, and they are set to return to the helm to bring rock back to the airwaves and stadiums of the world. 

The first single of the new album "Promises" should already be on play list across the world. 

The band will kick off a world tour in support of the new album in September. 

Visit the Rock n World Artist Feature for Def Leppard 


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