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Thu
09
Mar

TOKYO MOTOR FIST - Tokyo Motor Fist (Review)

information persons: 
content: 
93%
Produced By: 
Steve Brown
Release Date: 
2017
Released: 
Worldwide
Musical Style: 
Melodic Rock
Score: 
93
Label: 
Frontiers
 
You’d have to be almost dead not to get caught up in the infectious fun that is Tokyo Motor Fist. The name might conjure up thoughts of an ancient form of Japanese bondage, but at least they didn’t name themselves Trixter Danger.
Yes, the most talented Steve Brown (Trixter, Guitar) and the always flamboyant Ted Poley (Danger Danger, vocals) team with the rhythm section of Greg Smith (Ted Nugent, Rainbow, Alice Cooper) and Chuck Burgi (Rainbow, Blue Oyster Cult, Joe Lynn Turner) for what amounts to a meeting of the New Jersey chapter of the Melodic Rock Mafia, to create an infectious slice of classic 80s melodic rock that you just have to rock along with.
 
While the album may not have the polish of a major 80s budget, it does pass the crankability test and shines when at maximum volume.
Following his great recent solo album, Ted Poley again delivers a powerhouse vocal while Steve Brown provides the backbone of the sound, his soulful guitar playing filling the air between hooks and choruses. The album is also a tribute to his songwriting prowess.
For the most part this delivers exactly what you’d expect – a mix of modern day Trixter’s smart melodic rock and Danger Danger’s hands in the air party anthems.
 
Look no further than the opening salvo of Pickin' Up The Pieces, Love Me Insane, Gimme Your Good Lovin Shameless and Black And Blue to deliver plus the moody feel good ballads Love, Get You Off My Mind and Don’t Let Me Go work to balance the record and provide breathing space between the rockers.
You're My Revolution brings out the double kick drums for a rousing tempo boost, but its Put Me To Shame and Done To Me where Steve Brown’s connection to Def Leppard seems to get dialled up. For a minute I thought I was listening to Sweden’s Leppard loving Grand Design.

How could fans of the two principle artists not be happy with this? It delivers exactly what you might have been hoping for, perhaps exceeding expectations with the strong hooks and great performances.
No complaints here and given the positive fan reaction so far, one would have to think that this will develop further just as the ‘other’ D2 side project The Definants has.
 
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Fri
02
Dec

TOKYO MOTOR FIST Announce Their Debut Album


You don’t need to be a die-hard '80s metal fan to know that the fruits of an artistic alliance between Danger Danger singer Ted Poley and guitarist/producer Steve Brown of TRIXTER is going to make melodic rock fans rejoice! The two musicians from New Jersey have recently created TOKYO MOTOR FIST and the new band is ready to unleash on the world their self-titled debut album on February 24, 2017 via Frontiers Music Srl.
 
Indeed, Tokyo Motor Fist is exactly what you would expect: catchy and uplifting hard rock, the way is should be! You want big – we mean, BIG - hooks? You got ‘em. What about major guitar riffs? Of course there’s plenty of those. Killer rhythm section? Well, with Greg Smith (Ted Nugent, Rainbow, Alice Cooper) and Chuck Burgi (Rainbow, Blue Oyster Cult, Joe Lynn Turner) you simply can’t go wrong!
 
Ted and Steve have been friends for a long time. They were playing the same club circuit with their respective bands, Danger Danger and Trixter, when both bands were starting their careers. Over the years, they've had a great personal relationship and the idea of doing a record together has been in the cards for many years. Now, thanks to Frontiers this concept has become a reality.
 
To say that I’m excited for the world to hear TOKYO MOTOR FIST would be an understatement,” says Steve Brown. “Working on this project with my Rock and Roll Brothers Ted Poley, Greg Smith & Chuck Burgi was a total blast….We had fun and it shows in the performances and in the music! As a songwriter I couldn’t be happier with the way the songs came together. Fans of TRIXTER, DANGER DANGER, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi and Cheap Trick will get the best of all those worlds.”
 
Ted Poley adds: “Working with guys of this caliber was amazing. I was excited to collaborate with my long time friend Steve Brown, who is not only a really great songwriter and guitarist but also an insanely cool producer! The band sounds great and very high energy. The vocals of Steve and I along with his SHREDDING guitar, combined with the World Class rhythm Powerhouse section of Greg Smith and Chuck Burgi is amazing, what a cool band - the sound is HUGE. But it’s the songs that drew me into making this album in the beginning and the record is full of catchy songs with massive choruses and great melodies and sounds BIG BIG BIG! I am beyond THRILLED with the final result and I hope you will be too.”
 
Beefy and energetic, “Tokyo Motor Fist” is sure to please not only Ted Poley, Danger Danger, and Trixter's fans, but all fans of melodic hard rock. Don't miss this superb release!
 
TOKYO MOTOR FIST tracklisting:
1. Pickin' Up The Pieces
2. Love Me Insane
3. Shameless
4. Love
5. Black And Blue
6. You're My Revolution
7. Don't Let Me Go
8. Put Me To Shame
9. Done To Me
10. Get You Off My Mind
11. Fallin' Apart
 
TOKYO MOTOR FIST:
Ted Poley – Vocals
Steve Brown – Guitars, Vocals
Greg Smith – Bass guitar
Chuck Burgi – drums
 
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Mon
30
May

One On One With Mitch Lafon - PJ FARLEY

Artist: 

TRIXTER's PJ Farley joins Mitch for episode 224 of One On One With Mitch Lafon.

LINK TO INTERVIEW: http://www.spreaker.com/user/talkingmetal/1on1-mitch-lafon-224-pj-farley-trixter

In the show's only interview, TRIXTER's Pj Farley discusses his new solo album Boutique Sound Frames, the ups and downs of Trixter, touring with KISS, Steve Brown & Def Leppard, and much more.

Quote from the interview:

On his new album Boutique Sound Frames (time - 1.25): "I've been going through my catalogue of songs and just decided that it was time to stop sitting around on them. I'm already in studio mode with finishing a new Trixter record. I wanted to go in a bang out and really tie in eleven songs that kinda fit in the same ballpark."

Online: http://www.trixterrocks.com
TWITTER: @trixterrocks @Pjfarley1
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/trixterrocks
Album link: http://www.melodicrock.com/articles/melodicrock-records/2016/04/29/pj-farley-boutique-sound-frames-showcase
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4M3TtMs03DHCYvzbgzBnyZ

 
 

 

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Release Year: 
2015
 
Fri
29
Apr

PJ FARLEY - Boutique Sound Frames (Showcase)

Artist: 
Boutique Sound Frames
Produced By: 
PJ Farley & Steve Brown
Release Date: 
May 20
Released: 
Worldwide
Genre: 
Modern Melodic Rock
 
MelodicRock Records is very proud to announce a partnership with Trixter bassist P.J. FARLEY for the release of his debut solo album ‘Boutique Sound Frames’, due for release worldwide May 20.
 
‘Boutique Sound Frames’ is an outstanding musical statement from a dynamic singer/songwriter, who dives into 11 modern melodic rock tracks guaranteed to stay on high rotation in the months ahead.
 
P.J. describes the album he’s spent over a decade writing:
 
“I wrote and recorded these songs over the years alongside any band I was in at the time. I felt that the songs weren’t a good fit for any of those bands at that point. These songs are a lot more personal and I guess I always felt at some point I would release a solo record based on the nature of the lyrics.”
 
“They all came from a very genuine place creatively speaking. That there was no set goal with them enabled me to just write whatever I was feeling at the time, without having any pressure to conform to any certain mold, genre or label chirping. It took 12 years or so, haha, but a wise man once said, ‘If it’s good enough, it doesn’t matter when it comes out’”.
 
Well, it’s finally coming out May 20 and you can pre-order today! All pre-orders will receive a limited edition sticker of the album cover as well as getting the disc shipped ahead of the official release date.
 

Digital purchases are now available via iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/boutique-sound-frames/id1107790838 or https://itun.es/us/2V4bcb

MelodicRock Records is excited to be able to debut Trixter bassist P.J. FARLEY's first video from the album 'Boutique Sound Frames' - please enjoy the single "You'd Stick Out":

 
P.J. FARLEY started his professional career as a musician at the ripe old age of 16 as the bass player for Trixter (www.trixterrocks.com). The band signed its first major label record deal with MCA Records in 1989. Trixter went on to sell well over 1 million records and had 3 #1 videos on MTV. They toured with bands like Kiss, Poison, Scorpions, Warrant and more.
P.J. has played just about every arena/theater/outdoor pavilion and club all over the world.
 
In 2002 P.J joined up with Active Rock chart toppers RA (Universal/Republic) in which he embarked on the 2nd chapter of his recording and touring career. Sneaking into the Modern Hard Rock genre and touring with bands like Staind, Seether and Sevendust , P.J. was able to remain relevant and creative in the music business while Trixter took a 13 year hiatus.
 
In 2009 P.J. was asked to join up with Lita Ford and toured worldwide with her for almost 4 years, along with a number of short stints with other artists such as
Ours, Jimmy Gnecco and Deepfield.
All along this timeframe, P.J. had been quietly recording songs. Writing, performing all instruments and producing. Those songs have become a cohesive collection that now make up his debut solo album titled ‘Boutique Sound Frames’.
 
 
Album Credits:
 
Produced by P.J. Farley
Co-Produced, Engineered & Mixed by Steve Brown at Mojo Vegas Studios
* Suckerpunch Mixed by Pete Evick
 
Mastered by Jim Desalvo at Beanstudio Mastering
 
All Songs Written and Performed by P.J. Farley Except:
Guitar Solos on “Keepin It All Together”, “What You Do”, “The Afterglow”
and “The Fallen” by Steve Brown.
Textured Guitar on “Vow” by Steve Brown
Drums on “The Fallen” by Mike Luciano
Backing Vocals on “The Fallen” by Steve Brown
 
Twitter - @pjfarley1
Instagram - pjfarley
 
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Wed
30
Mar

PJ FARLEY to Release Solo Debut on MelodicRock Records

Artist: 
 
MelodicRock Records is very proud to announce a partnership with Trixter bassist P.J. FARLEY for the release of his debut solo album ‘Boutique Sound Frames’, due for release worldwide May 20.
 
‘Boutique Sound Frames’ is an outstanding musical statement from a dynamic singer/songwriter, who dives into 11 modern melodic rock tracks guaranteed to stay on high rotation in the months ahead.
 
P.J. describes the album he’s spent over a decade writing:
 
“I wrote and recorded these songs over the years alongside any band I was in at the time. I felt that the songs weren’t a good fit for any of those bands at that point. These songs are a lot more personal and I guess I always felt at some point I would release a solo record based on the nature of the lyrics.”
 
“They all came from a very genuine place creatively speaking. That there was no set goal with them enabled me to just write whatever I was feeling at the time, without having any pressure to conform to any certain mold, genre or label chirping. It took 12 years or so, haha, but a wise man once said, ‘If it’s good enough, it doesn’t matter when it comes out’”.
 
Well, it’s finally coming out May 20 and you can pre-order today! All pre-orders will receive a limited edition sticker of the album cover as well as getting the disc shipped ahead of the official release date.
 

 
P.J. FARLEY started his professional career as a musician at the ripe old age of 16 as the bass player for Trixter (www.trixterrocks.com). The band signed its first major label record deal with MCA Records in 1989. Trixter went on to sell well over 1 million records and had 3 #1 videos on MTV. They toured with bands like Kiss, Poison, Scorpions, Warrant and more.
P.J. has played just about every arena/theater/outdoor pavilion and club all over the world.
 
In 2002 P.J joined up with Active Rock chart toppers RA (Universal/Republic) in which he embarked on the 2nd chapter of his recording and touring career. Sneaking into the Modern Hard Rock genre and touring with bands like Staind, Seether and Sevendust , P.J. was able to remain relevant and creative in the music business while Trixter took a 13 year hiatus.
 
In 2009 P.J. was asked to join up with Lita Ford and toured worldwide with her for almost 4 years, along with a number of short stints with other artists such as
Ours, Jimmy Gnecco and Deepfield.
All along this timeframe, P.J. had been quietly recording songs. Writing, performing all instruments and producing. Those songs have become a cohesive collection that now make up his debut solo album titled ‘Boutique Sound Frames’.
 
 
Album Credits:
 
Produced by P.J. Farley
Co-Produced, Engineered & Mixed by Steve Brown at Mojo Vegas Studios
* Suckerpunch Mixed by Pete Evick
 
Mastered by Jim Desalvo at Beanstudio Mastering
 
All Songs Written and Performed by P.J. Farley Except:
Guitar Solos on “Keepin It All Together”, “What You Do”, “The Afterglow”
and “The Fallen” by Steve Brown.
Textured Guitar on “Vow” by Steve Brown
Drums on “The Fallen” by Mike Luciano
Backing Vocals on “The Fallen” by Steve Brown
 
Twitter - @pjfarley1
Instagram - pjfarley
 
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Mon
03
Aug

One On One With Mitch Lafon - STEVE BROWN (Trixter, Def Leppard)

Artist: 
 
In episode 129 of One On One With Mitch Lafon, TRIXTER's Steve Brown joins Mitch to discuss the band's latest album Human Era, Def Leppard, his Mojo Vegas studio, the KISS Revenge tour, Trixter's history and more.

http://www.spreaker.com/user/talkingmetal/1on1-mitch-lafon-129-steve-brown-trixter

Producer Adam Hamilton (former L.A. Guns & The C.C. DeVille Experiment) co-hosts this episode.

Quotes from the interview:

1) On Trixter's days with MCA records: "They wanted us to sound like a garage band. They didn't want us to sound like Def Leppard or Mötley Crüe."

2) "KISS is the band that made me want to do this."

3) On Def Leppard: "It's very bittersweet."

For more about STEVE BROWN & TRIXTER visit: http://www.trixterrocks.com
http://www.stevebrownmusic.biz
http://www.mojovegas.com
TWITTER: @STEVEBROWNROCKS and @trixterrocks
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/trixterrocks

For more Adam Hamilton visit: http://www.facebook.com/adam.hamilton.528 and follow him on Twitter:@AdamHamilton1

This Episode of One On One With Mitch Lafon is brought to you by the Heavy Montreal Festival taking place on August 7th, 8th and 9th at Parc Jean Drapeau in Montreal. This year featuring Lamb Of God, Slipknot, Korn, Faith No More as well as '80s artists Dokken, EXTREME, Lita Ford and Warrant. Visit: http://www.heavymontreal.com

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Release Year: 
2015
 
Mon
13
Jul

Totally Driven Radio Interviews TRIXTER's Mark Gus Scott

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Totally Driven Radio, the weekly radio podcast heard live every Thursday night from 8 - 11 pm Est time on the Totally Driven Entertainment Radio Network, hosted by Bay Ragni and Nick Wilkinson covers the world of sports and entertainment each week, as well as bringing you celebrity guests interviews.

Drummer of the band Trixter - Mark Gus Scott talks to Totally Driven Radio about.

**The new single & video “Human Era”
**the band not playing for 13 years
**how the grunge came in during the 90’s, and how he has no idea what happened to music since the turn of the century
**Trixter starting the whole flannel craze of the 90’s, but never getting credit
**How Trixter was formed in the early 80s, through their teenage years, and ended up getting signed & dominating Mtv
**the record company asked them to shave a few years off their age, they make they a “youth” band
**Mtv did a “Smash or Trash” with the band, that’s how they got in the rotation
**How “DIAL Mtv” was canceled with their video “Surrender” at #1, and never played on Mtv again
**Why is Mtv still called Mtv
**How Mtv & video really killed the radio star
**The years Trixter wasn’t playing, he was working real jobs, started a business
**That he is amazed they got a second chance at this, and people still want to see them
**The new album “Human Era”
**How it is working with Frontiers Records, compared to record companies of the old days
**Videos just as important today, as the Mtv years
**The world of social media and connecting with fans
**How vinyl is making a comeback

Mark hangs out with us for almost 40 minutes...

You can listen here to his full interview here: https://youtu.be/aHarpdgalk0
Go to Trixter’s site for more info: http://www.trixterrocks.com/

Follow Mark on Twitter @MarkGusScott
Remember to listen to Totally Driven Radio every Thursday, and Like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. https://www.facebook.com/TotallyDrivenTV

 
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Release Year: 
2015
 
Mon
13
Jul

Double Stop Podcast - PJ FARLEY (Trixter)

Artist: 
This week on the Douvle Stop Podcast P.J. Farley discusses his early days, and the formation of Trixter. He covers their early success (when he was still a teenager), their decline with grunge, his other bands with Steve Brown, his work with Lita Ford, the Trixter reunion and their new album Human Era.

On the Human Era Video (which he made) (28:00) "I had been archiving footage for years - I've always been the guy saying we got to film this, we've got to film that. Even from day one, that's why I have all that footage.  I knew at some point I would use it. And I did."

https://soundcloud.com/thedoublestop/ep-67-pj-farley-trixter-lita-ford

http://thedoublestop.com/ep-67-pj-farley-trixter-lita-ford/

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Release Year: 
2015
 
Fri
19
Jun

TRIXTER - Human Era (Review)

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95%
section name: 
BEST TRACKS
content: 
Rockin’ To The Edge Of The Night
Crash That Party
Every Second Counts
Beats Me Up
Good Times Now
Midnight in Your Eyes
Human Era
Produced By: 
Trixter
Release Date: 
2015
Released: 
Worldwide
Musical Style: 
Melodic Rock
Score: 
95
Label: 
Frontiers
Artist: 
This is just one of those albums that is set to please just about everyone. Fans of old-school 80s melodic hard rock, fans of great anthemic, kick-ass tunes with a good production and fans of great classic era music that doesn’t sound dated.
Trixter follow up the success of New Audio Machine with arguably one of the best ever records.
It’s just a whole lot of fun to listen to.
Huge production, big guitars, big songs and big attitude.
 
The guys just get better and better. Taking the party rock vibe of their early days and mixing it with a more mature retrospective attitude to their songwriting, Human Era mixes the best of both worlds, giving you some kick-ass hands in the air tunes that a 40 year old wouldn’t be embarrassed pumping out of the car stereo.
 
Rockin’ To The Edge Of The Night and the riff heavy, double timed Crash That Party are two fist pumping hard rockers to kick off this album in big style.
Not Like All the Rest mixes Steve Brown’s penchant for modern rock with old-school 80s rock for a sweet anthemic hybrid.
For You is 80s Van Halen before a contender for Song Of The Year blows my mind. The sentimental melodic rocker Every Second Counts features everything I love about this music. Modern, classic, melodic…
The following track is just as essential. Beats Me Up is a beautiful new-meets-old, hands in the air stadium ballad.
And it just continues with the harmony drenched mi-tempo melodic rock anthem Good Times Now and the moodier, darker Midnight in Your Eyes and the rapid fire 80s rock of All Night Long.
Soul of a Lovin' Man is a cool edgier, gritty rocker and then the album is closed in perfect class with the moodier, more melodic and reflective title track Human Era.

Others may have a more sentimental attachment to the band’s debut or earlier work, but for me – this is their best album to date and shows a refined maturity mixed with the classy side of 80s melodic hard rock.
It’s a super fun and thoroughly enjoyable album and the band deserve big credit for the results.
Fans from all walks of life are going to enjoy this – it might even be the first ever Trixter purchase for some.
 
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Release Year: 
2015
 
Fri
17
Apr

TRIXTER's 'Human Era' Starts June 5

Artist: 
 
TRIXTER Return With New Album “HUMAN ERA”
Coming This June on Frontiers Music Srl
 
Frontiers Music Srl is thrilled to announce the release of the new studio album from good-time rock n’ rollers, TRIXTER entitled “Human Era” on June 5th in Europe and June 9th in North America.
 
Following on the heels of the successful comeback album, New Audio Machine - a record chock full of rocking anthems -, TRIXTER are returning stronger than ever. “After the success of our last album, New Audio Machine, we felt more confident than ever in making another top notch album. I’m so proud to say that after more than 25 years of making records, TRIXTER is getting better and better. "Human Era" will show the world this band at it's finest,” says lead guitarist Steve Brown.
 
The new album sees TRIXTER sticking to their guns and delivering 11 new choice cuts, with a sound reminiscent of their earlier work which they were well known for in the ‘90s. For fans new to Trixter, their sound fits in nicely to an album collection next to Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Van Halen, AC/DC and even 70's classic rock mainstays.
 
Northern New Jersey’s TRIXTER’s self-titled debut album (1990) spawned three monster hit singles/videos with “Give It To Me Good”, “One in a Million” and “Surrender”, as well as an RIAA-certified Gold album. TRIXTER has toured extensively in the United States, Canada and Japan. They have performed in arenas and amphitheaters and have appeared live on numerous television and radio programs such as Entertainment Tonight, Pay-Per-View, VH-1, MTV, Z-Rock and MetalShop. TRIXTER has shared the stage with such rock heavyweights as Kiss, Boston, Scorpions, Poison, Cinderella, Warrant, Slaughter, Winger, Skid Row, Firehouse, Stryper, Dokken and more. The band recently nabbed the #29 spot on VH-1’s “Top 40 Hair Bands of All Time” countdown. 
 
“Almost 30 years together and the band is tighter than ever! We are family and that makes everything we do more and more special. The title track HUMAN ERA really sheds insight into our story,” concludes Steve Brown.
 
Enjoy the first video single and album opening song “Rockin’ to the Edge of the Night” – a true and instant classic from the band:
 

HUMAN ERA track listing includes:
 
1.             Rockin' To The Edge Of The Night
2.             Crash That Party
3.             Not Like All The Rest
4.             For You
5.             Every Second Counts
6.             Beats Me Up
7.             Good Times Now
8.             Midnight In Your Eyes
9.             All Night Long
10.          Soul Of A Lovin' Man
11.          Human Era
12.          Always a Victim (Acoustic version - bonus track iTunes)
13.          Road of a Thousand Dreams (Re-recorded version - bonus track iTunes)
 
TRIXTER is Pete Loran (lead vocals/rhythm guitar), Steve Brown (lead guitar/harmonica/backing vocals), P.J. Farley (bass/backing vocals) and Gus Scott (drums/percussion/backing vocals).
 
TRIXTER "HUMAN ERA" TOUR 2015:     
Fri May 1- M3 FESTIVAL, Columbia MD
Sun May 3 – STANHOPE HOUSE, Stanhope NJ
Fri July 3- WILDWEST FESTIVAL, Hays KS
Sat July 4- BUFFALO ROSE, Golden CO
Sat Aug 8- ROCKIN' THE RAILROAD FESTIVAL, Sheridan WY
Sat Aug 15- IRVINE MEADOWS AMPHITHEATER, Irvine CA
Fri Sept 11- GRAND CASINO ROCKFEST, Hinckley MN
Thurs Oct 1- WHISKY A GO GO, West Hollywood CA
Fri Oct 2- COUNT's VAMP'd, Las Vegas NV
Sat Oct 3- M15 ROCKFEST, Corona CA
 

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Thu
17
Jul

Updated - ALLEN/LANDE, TRIXTER, SWEET LYNCH Coming from Frontiers Records

Artist: 
There's been a number of recent high profile releases from Frontiers Records of late, but there's plenty more to come. Three such releases include new albums from Trixter, Allen/Lande and the partnership between Michael Sweet and George Lynch.
Recent info from the label on these projects is as follows:
 
Trixter - "Back in 2012, we released the first new studio album of original material from Trixter in 20 years! Happy to announce that the wait for the next album will be a lot shorter as the band has just inked a new deal with us and we'll be putting out their new studio album in 2015!"
 
Allen/Lande - "Russell Allen (Symphony X, Adrenaline Mob) and Jorn Lande (MasterPlan) have gotten together and recorded another classic metal album under the Allen-Lande moniker! The new album, The Great Divide was recorded under the direction of Timo Tolkki (Timo Tolkki's Avalon, Stratovarius), who also contributed to the songwriting process. The album will be released this October, but in the meantime, here is a sneak peek at the album cover!"
 
 
Sweet / Lynch - "In a recent interview, Michael Sweet of Stryper revealed the possible name of his new project with renowned guitarist George Lynch (George Lynch Fan Page, Dokken, Lynch Mob (Official), KXM) is "Sweet Lynch". The album also features bassist James LoMenzo (Megadeth, Black Label Society, White Lion) and drummer Brian Tichy (Whitesnake/David Coverdale, Foreigner, Billy Idol)!
We've heard the album, which will be released in early 2015, and let's just say you guys will be absolutely, 110% BLOWN AWAY! Michael and George have outdone themselves! First taste of music from the album is currently scheduled to appear in September and you will be able to hear how awesome it is yourselves then!"
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