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Hard rockin, heavy metal act XILL DOORS have released two single's with an album underway! The band discusses these details, and furthering plans that are ahead for the next year!

 

1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

The idea for XIII Doors has been around since about 2015, but due to life getting in the way it kept getting put on the long finger! Sometime around 2020 myself and Ed started compiling demos and ideas properly, and we started tracking in 2021. In terms of who we are, I (DJ) have been interested in music since I was a kid. My parents were quite musical and I got my first guitar when I was 4 years old. When I was about 17/18 I started playing professionally and haven’t regretted a moment since! Ed joins me on guitar and vocal duties…We’ve been playing music together for years. Ed is a London native who started his musical journey as an audio engineer at the esteemed Red Bus Studios in London's West End and produces and mixes our music. On bass guitar we have Pat Byrne and on Drums Alex Sanchez de Orduna.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

Somebody else asked me this recently and I wish I had a cool answer! A fan asked if it had anything to do with the Doors album 13…Consciously, it doesn’t, but that doesn’t mean that there wasn’t some sort of subconscious influence. In reality, I grew up in number 13 on the street, and my parents got married on Friday the 13th so I’ve never really found the number to be bad luck. The name has been around for that long that I forget where the “Doors” part of it came from.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We’re based in the West of Ireland and for a small country, there really is a great music scene for everyone. West of where I’m living has a huge traditional music scene, then if you go into Limerick you’ve got a fantastic metal scene and everything else in between. I think Ireland has a particular affinity for music and every genre is welcome here (although you’re much more likely to find a trad or country band playing than a hard rock/metal band)!

4. How would you describe your style?

Our style is definitely in the hard rock/metal genre…Heavily influenced by bands like Alter Bridge, Alice In Chains, Daughtry, Tremonti etc…We add some other elements to the sound, like big 80s vocals and traditional instruments from around the world but we’re primarily a hard rock style band!

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

To date, we have only released our debut single “Lead The Way”. Our 2nd single “Unleash The Beast” is follows a similar style and theme to Lead The Way. A hard hitting song with a singable chorus!

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

We have a full album of material recorded, we’re hoping to have this released in the new year sometime in March/April or thereabouts.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

We have some plans in the works but I can’t say anything about it just yet.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

Really, we just want to have fun, make great music and memories and hopefully make people happy by listening to our music.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can listen to us on all major platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube etc.) and you can buy our stuff here: https://www.xiiidoors.com/.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

Interesting question…To be honest, as long as the listener enjoys listening to our music I think we’ve done our job. We just want to make music that makes people’s days that little bit better!

 


Elemental band SANITY has been around for nearly three decades now, releasing countless material, with all new working's expected soon enough. The band talks of their EP releases, newer music coming soon, and much more in-store.

 

1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

Sanity was formed in 1994 in Berlin, Germany, by Philipp and Florian Weishaupt, initially as a grunge rock band with only one guitar, a bass and drums. Over the first years, the band’s musical focus shifted to death and then to black metal. Sanity released three full-length albums and an EP between 1998 and 2023. The genres read as follows: The first release ‘Sinister Reflections’ - atmospheric avant-garde black / death metal, the second album ‘Nocturnal Poems’ and the third album ‘Schattensymphonie’ - symphonic back metal, and then for the EP 'Revelation' - symphonic metal. Initial band members included Lars Maiwald on bass guitar and one year later Benjamin Russ on the second guitar. The band went on hiatus in 2002 and re-formed in 2014, all the while the brothers Weishaupt continued to compose songs for the next album. The band re-formed in 2014 to rehearse and finalize the material that would become 2023’s ‘Revelation’. The line-up 2014 included Bernd Schweda (ex Dawn Berlin) on one of the guitars, replacing Florian who focused on  vocals from now on. Ludwig Liebsch joined as bass guitar player. Rüdiger Lauktien replaced Philipp on drums and Philipp masterminded the project while playing keyboard. After the recordings for ‘Revelation’ had been finished the line-up changed once again with Bernd, Rüdiger and Ludwig leaving. Philipp returned to the drums, Florian picked up the guitar again and focused on clean vocals. Silas Grünitz, as well as Julius und Felix Albe joined the band, Silas on bass guitar, Julius on guitar and Felix being the new shouter. This is the current live setup.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

Look, we founded the band in the early nineties when we listened to bands such as Death, Megadeth and Metallica, schoolmates wore band shirts from Fear Factory, Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, Paradise Lost, you name it. Metal band names had to have some meaning, most of them invoking some dreadful message that went along with their kick-ass music. I won’t tell you all of the names we came up with, I mean, we were teenagers after all, so yes we had some cheesy ideas like “Brothers of Destruction” and so on, but luckily we did not go for that (ha ha ha). After the initial hype of finding a suitable name we became reasonable and figured that we needed a name that went along with the music we intended to write and that expressed how we felt about us and saw ourselves in the world. With all the insanity that we witnessed around us in a world that was turned upside down after the cold war ended and Berlin was a free town again, we needed to set an example and call us sane, being of healthy mind, reasonable and balanced. Our initial music experience (especially on the first album) was not about mosh pit, pogo dance and riot, it was actually pretty avant-garde and surely not easy to digest. And that’s were the name “Sanity” originated from.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We are all based around Berlin, most of us living in the small towns in the surrounding region. Berlin is very rich in music culture and features hundreds of artists every week on the stages of the clubs. We have been part of the heavy metal culture in Berlin since the early nineties and have played with a lot of local bands. The metal scene is not limited to Berlin but is also very much alive in smaller clubs and bars around Berlin. Many of the famous metal bands play shows in Berlin, but I personally prefer to go to the small clubs, where underground bands play their concerts. You always know someone in the crowd and see familiar faces, that’s what I like about it. We have good relationships to Logar’s Diary and Golem. Logar’s Diary is always a great and fun experience with their fantasy-themed power metal, Golem is very technical and avant-garde death metal.

4. How would you describe your style?

We are around for nearly three decades now and even though we might have started with avant-garde black/death metal characteristics, today our music incorporates so many different elements. You find influences from black and death metal, from progressive rock and viking metal, from dark wave and plain simple eighties/nineties melancholy that ultimately form the tight and aggressive, yet wistful and somber album ‘Revelation’. The shouting and the clean vocals are incredibly divers and powerful, the orchestral arrangements are intricate and majestic without stealing any power from the guitars. With Bernd Schweda and Rüdiger Lauktien we had two top musicians that considerably shaped the interpretation and composing of the songs on ‘Revelation’. Bernd has immeasurable experience and creativity in death metal riffing and fast-paced solo guitar play. Rüdiger is a top notch progressive metal drummer with phenomenal energy and curiosity to learn black and death metal drumming and to combine it with his skills for sophisticated progressive metal rhythms. 

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

Each of the four releases is a witness to our personal music development. With ‘Sinister Reflections’ we just discovered atmospheric death metal and were wildly creative to the point of experimental, avant-garde compositions that are a feast for the mind. In “Nocturnal Poems” the focus was on symphonic and melodic black metal, we composed songs filled with longing and melancholy, deeply personal lyrics that show the torn nature of our inner self. It was a true underground release and many of our fans cherish especially that album for its raw and authentic style. ‘Schattensymphonie’ was the first album recorded in a studio. The compositions are much tighter and feature intricate guitar riffing's across all songs. This is the only album with shouting vocals only. Whereas the first two albums had clean vocals in many chorus parts, ‘Schattensymphonie’ was to be much darker and more intense. I personally think that ‘Schattensymphonie’ is the heaviest release so far. The addition of new musicians to the band in 2014 influenced the style of ‘Revelation’ quite significantly. Death metal riffing and elaborate drum rhythms found their way into the songs and completed them to a degree that was not possible before. There are also some passages where you could wave your lighter and sing along during a concert, if you know what I mean. That’s a first. On ‘Revelation’ we took the time to weave a abundance of melodies into each song, either played from guitar, choir or orchestra. The sound samples of the orchestra are recordings of real instruments which makes a big difference compared to the nineties synthesizer samples we used on Schattensymphonie. Also we went back to incorporating clean vocals in many songs. All in all, ‘Revelation’ is the most mature album from Sanity.

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

We have already worked on songs for the second and third EP to complete the 'Revelation' project and plan to release those in 2024 and 2025, respectively. This trilogy will then have a total of 14 songs. At the same time my brother and I are working on a re-release of our second album 'Nocturnal Poems' from 1999. Florian is actually composing completely new rhythm and lead guitars and I will be recording new drums for it. I have yet to actively promote the 2022 re-release of our first album 'Sinister Reflections' from 1998. It an old school underground release and I would love to come up with video content to help today's listeners bridge the gap to 1998 and understand our music from back in the days. You see, we got our hands full with exciting subjects for many years to come.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

In February we played our record release concert in a small club where we invited friends and fans from the past 30 years. We had a blast doing so, it was such wonderful atmosphere, connecting with our fans, some of them with us from the beginning. You really should have been there, you would have seriously enjoyed it. In June we were booked for the German Church Day in Nuremberg. It's basically a huge, five day festival organized biennially by the German Protestant Church with over one hundred thousand people attending, hundreds of acts, shows, workshops, and discussions. This was a great event as we are able to present our music to a much wider audience than usual. The feedback was very positive and encouraging. The record release concert for the second EP ‘The Beast’ is planned for March 2024 . There will be concerts in summer and autumn for sure, but we are still in the planning phase, nothing concrete yet.  From the very beginning I had envisioned Sanity to reach the English speaking audience and thus used English lyrics. It would be pretty awesome to get in contact with metal bands from the UK or US and become their support on one of their tours, for example. Let's see what the future holds in store for us.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

Oh, we are excited about the next years. Now, with the EP in our hands we will finally be able to actively promote it. I have so many ideas. Our YouTube channel already has a good amount of content and I would like to add more. Official videos for the songs, more vlogs on the scary exciting subject of the apocalypse that our lyrics talk about. A couple of years ago I had already started a vlog series explaining our lyrics that I would love to continue.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

The EP 'Revelation' is available at all major online stores and streaming services (Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, YouTube, etc.). And, we have released an actual CD (compact disc) which you can order on our website www.sanity.berlin.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

When Rage released their ‘Lingua Mortis’ album, I was blown away by the fusion of metal and classical music. Classical music was a big influence in my childhood. To combine this with my passion for heavy metal had always been my dream. Already on our first album we composed quite intricate synthesizer arrangements, these played a vital role in creating the somber atmosphere of  ‘Sinister Reflections’. On ‘Nocturnal Poems’ we took it a step further, you clearly hear the classical influences in many songs, but it was still a synthesizer that provided the sounds. We briefly toyed with the idea to ask the school orchestra from a school in our neighborhood to partner with us, but it never came to being. I believe also because we still had so much creativity that needed to be put into new songs. So we went forward with the next album. In 2001 Dimmu Borgir released ‘Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia’ and I was blown away. This was obviously an outstanding production with real orchestra, something we could only dream of. Fast forward to 2018 and suddenly I had a powerful new studio software in my hands with real orchestra samples. We finally could forge an album that combined metal and classical music! And that’s what we did . I reworked the synthesizer arrangements into sophisticated orchestra arrangements just like I had dreamed of for twenty plus years and now I hold it in my hands, a beautiful symbiosis between the two musical genres I love the most. So this is the highlight for me and I hope the listener feels the same.

 


Hard rock, alternative metal outfit FACE OF A STRANGER have element's within their music, going on to release some EPs, single's, with all new music in the works as well. The band talks of their music, creativity, and what the future holds for them below.

 

1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

(J) Myself and Mitch have known each other since 2011 and jammed together a couple of times when he asked me to come down and jam in early 2012 with a band he was putting together called “Loud Thought” which also contained current member Ben Slater on bass at the time. During that jam we actually worked on “The Road” and “Swallowing Grenades”, two of the songs off our first EP. In the time since then the line up has changed numerous times however recently we seem to have landed on quite a solid line up comprising of long time members myself, Mitch and Slater(now on guitar) and two old school friends of mine Dan Brewer on Drums and Stan McDonald on bass duties for live shows.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

(J) We came up with the band name back in 2012, we were looking through many different themes and ideas when I heard an Alter Bridge lyric in a song called Find The Real that i thought was really good, “There's a face I put on all my life Face of an angel I look in the mirror only to find, Face of a stranger” i took that back to the rest of the band and they all really liked it as a band name. We thought it was pretty striking and unique as there was no other bands we could find at the time with a similar name.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

(J) We are mainly based around Birmingham and The Black Country in the UK. 4 of us currently live in and around that area and Dan currently lives in Maidenhead and travels up every couple of weeks for rehearsals and gigs. This works pretty well as we do quite a lot of writing virtually and are always sending each other ideas so that when we do get together we have a pretty good idea of where the songs should go. The rock/metal music scene currently in Birmingham is really active with so many great bands, promoters and venues constantly putting on great events nearly every night of the week. We have played a couple of gigs recently with a band called Stoneload who are long time personal friends of the band and have a really cool grunge, stoner rock vibe going, they're definitely worth checking out.

4. How would you describe your style?

(J) I’d put us somewhere in the middle of Hard rock/Alt metal and metal as we have all of those elements in our songs. We have slow songs such as The Road which is this big emotional rock ballad and then all the way to a song like Sacrifice which is a fast, heavy song which features an outro section with layers of screams and really aggressive vocals throughout. I think something that people like about us is that no 2 songs sound the same and feel like there really is something for everyone.

(D)We take some distinct influences from the likes of Alter Bridge, Staind and Metallica, combining heavy but listenable guitar riffs, melodic bridges, punchy breakdowns, all sitting underneath powerful and commanding vocals. Not to sound cliche, but in recent years we have tuned down a couple of notes to help express the grit and aggression that we are trying to communicate to our audience.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

(D)We have released a number of EPs and singles over the years, but since 2020 and after a bit of a shake-up, we have released Oblivion, Stonewalled and Sacrifice, three tracks which we are very proud of. Our aggressive but melodic style is well represented in those three tracks, with more on the way.

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

(D)We do! We have just heard the final mixes of a new 5-track EP which we expect to release early next year. We have really stepped up our game from both a production and composition perspective for our latest project and are excited to share it! The tracks combine uptempo riffing, huge, layered choruses, a swung, southern rock track and even a somber ballard thrown in for good measure.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

(D)We’ve played quite a few shows this year and our live performance feels like a very well oiled machine, now. October was a pretty busy month for us, with a gig every weekend in the West Midlands. We’re very much looking forward to our headline EP release gig, which is planned for February next year in Wolverhampton. We’ve toyed with the idea of putting a mini tour together and would love to make that happen. Maybe a goal for 2024.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

(M)We have a new single being released on the 1st December, and will be getting in front of the camera for our debut music video featuring the 2nd single off the new EP: 'Monsters Among Us'. We're hoping to jump on some festivals bills too and take our music to more ears and push ourselves just as hard as ever.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

(M)We're all across the board, from Apple Music to Spotify & Google, we have a YouTube channel with lyric videos available to view, and a new development is up and coming: we will be appearing on our YouTube channel performing acoustic versions of our own original songs, and some of our guilty pleasures, and downright great tracks that we've always wanted to cover...with suggestions from our online audience across the world, there will be competitions on there too, to win a free t-shirt, etc. Very excited for that. www.faceofastranger.co.uk is where our gig dates go, and merchandise, and more.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?⁰

(M) So if you're a first time listener, the most important thing I'd say is: "there's always gonna be something for everyone". When we approach a song, it's all about the mood: what's going through our heads when writing it, and how do we interpret that when recording it, or playing it Live?! It could be a fictional story, or a belief, or opinion, or personal experiences, or an observation That's what Face of a Stranger's songs are, they're a mood. And like moods, they strike different feelings. We just hope it grabs you and rattles your bones and makes you feel something.

 


Rock pop act ELOUR came together on a whim, as Elizabeth Ghandour a songwriter, singer, and guitarist, wanted to create music, but it did not go as planned as first. So it would form into ELOUR and other band members would soon come on to join in, creating something that would release an EP, and upcoming singles in the next year, plus more in-store! The band discusses these matters below.

 

1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

Elizabeth Ghandour is the songwriter, lead singer and rhythm guitarist.  Joe Scarpellino on bass and Ryan Vee on drums make up the rhythm section, and Ned Barclay rounds out the sound on lead guitar.  Joe also provides some vocal accompaniment.  Elizabeth used to have an Americana band, but was writing songs that fit her but not the genre, so she started ELOUR as a vehicle for those songs, and over time Ryan, Joe, and Ned came on board.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

The EL comes from Elizabeth and the OUR comes from Ghandour, and is pronounced as “allure.”

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We’re a Minneapolis band, so because of Bob Dylan, Prince, The Replacements, Hũsker Dũ, Semisonic, The Jayhawks, and others, it’s an internationally recognized scene.

4. How would you describe your style?

Elizabeth describes it as Femme Rock.  It’s kind of a mix of rock and pop, with a punky attitude.  We reference Pat Benatar, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Blondie, Concrete Blonde, Hole, Garbage, and Elastica when trying to give an idea of the sound, but it’s not quite any of those.  One difference from those bands is, though ELOUR isn’t a metal band, Elizabeth screams if that’s what’s needed to get the emotion across.  The music presents a feminine, and sometimes feminist viewpoint, is emotional and, we hope, cathartic.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

In 2019 an eponymous EP was released.  At that time ELOUR was still in the process of becoming what it is today.  Looking back, it feels transitional, and we’re really grateful for the patience and effort of Mark Stockert at Underwood Studio in putting it together.  The sound grew and clarified over the pandemic years, leading to the release of Blood Running in April this year.  Jason Shannon at Zoo School Studio produced, recorded, and mixed, and we feel he nailed what we were going for!  You can expect high energy, lots of emotion, some operatic notes up in the stratosphere, and an overall rockin’ experience!

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

There’s some good material that may turn into some single releases in 2024.  The limiting factor is finance, not content!

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

For now, we’re looking at gigging mainly in the five state area of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and the Dakotas.  We hope to be found at a number of summer festivals in the area!

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

We want to continue building our audience, get bigger shows, and actually make money!

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

We’re on all the streaming platforms, and you can buy the music as a download from our website (https://elourmusic.com/), Bandcamp, Amazon, Apple, all the places.  CDs and vinyl are only available from our website and Bandcamp.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

We’d like them to come away with a sense of energy and catharsis, of knowing we all have our problems and frustrations, but we’re not alone.  And HOPEFULLY, they’ll also remember they really liked it, and come back for more!

 


The wait is over! Today greek thrashers SUICIDAL ANGELS announce their new album Profane Prayer for the 1st March 2024. The album features nine brand new tracks and will be released via Nuclear Blast Records. In addition to the great news about the new album, the band is also releasing their first Single 'When the Lions Die'.

Singer Nick comments about the new album Profane Prayer: "The time has come! Finally, almost after 4 years, the 8th studio album of Suicidal Angels is true and ready to unleash itself in to the market, bringing you some new tunes to satisfy the needs and the appetites of the toughest audience! March the 1st of 2024, this beast will be out, in digital and physical form in all of Nuclear Blast’s channels. We have returned and it will be killer!!!”

He adds about the first single 'When the Lions Die': "Out of severe internal quest, thousands of reading pages to manage and conquer the multiple demons and beasts inside, several worlds collide, here’s is our first single, When The Lions Die!”

Pre-order the new album Profane Prayer here:

https://suicidalangels.bfan.link/profane-prayer.ema

Watch the video for 'When the Lions Die' here:
https://youtu.be/_ofxYJgSXAk?si=yPFIuaecTbddwOIL

Stream 'When the Lions Die' here:
https://suicidalangels.bfan.link/when-the-lions-die.ema

 


Australian Stoner/Sludge Metal band Magic Chicken Fudgetoe released their new single "Yahweh". The release was recorded, mixed and mastered by Ryan Pearce at "Savage Studios".

Check out the single linked below:

https://magicchickenfudgetoe.bandcamp.com/track/yahweh-2

Magic Chicken Fudgetoe was formed in 2015 at Perth, Western Australia by Josh McGuire (Vocals, Bass), Andrew Riordan (Guitars) and Reece Fleming (Drums).

 


SAVE US are an alternative rock/metal group founded in ‘23, with members spanning two continents. SAVE US explores the human condition delivering emotionally charged hooks nestled in atmospheric textures, fusing together a myriad of sounds ranging from the intensely heavy to the beautifully vulnerable, taking the listener on a journey through the many facets of the human mind.

Following on from big singles ‘Distance’ and more, SAVE US will release their fifth single ‘Haunt’ on UK label Year Of The Rat Records on the 24th November. In their incredibly short time as a band, they have already had support from MTV Gonzo, BBC Radio 1, Metal Hammer, Prog, Kerrang Radio, RTE2XM, Idobi Howl, Amazing Radio, Dreambound, BBC Coventry, Total Rock, TIDAL, Pandora, Forever Loud, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Deezer, BBC Bristol and more. The band also recently announced they will release their debut EP ‘LUCID’ on the 8th December, with plenty more music to come before then.

Miguel Owls - “Haunt dives into the struggles of being lost in the past. It explains how these thoughts always find a way to reach the surface pulling you into a downward spiral. Writing this song wasn't easy. I had to put myself in a vulnerable state of mind, but I wanted this song to be authentic and connect with others with similar struggles.” On the EP he continues - “The Lucid EP is a collection of songs exploring the human condition with an undertone questioning what any of it means, if at all, is it real? Sonically the songs traverse between heavy, intense moments married with emotive vocals, When writing this record we wanted to build atmospheres and give a sense of misdirect, taking the listener by surprise as we fuse together multiple genres, removing any barriers. The writing process was a crunch, wanting to launch the same year as forming the band, which was a challenge not only because of time constraints but working in two different time zones. That said, we are really happy with what we created over that time and can’t wait to release it into the world!”

SAVE US - Haunt (Video) -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_Bvh-B5bsI

 


United Arab Emirates Gothic Rock project MIDAEV released 2 debut singles "Prometheus" and "Anybody Else". The singles were recorded in "SoundPort Studios" and mixed/mastered by Dmitry Smirnov. The works have deep philosophical and psychological subtexts, touching on acute themes, thereby opening a new page in the artist's creativity.

 

Check out the singles linked below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dxCd8G1Moo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZbR5NHqn4c


MIDAEV was formed in 2023 as a one-man project by Ruslan Midaev, formerly known to the underground audience as the leader of the "M.O.N.E." band decided to begin his solo work after his previous band went on hiatus.

 


Slow Burning Car is a Rock band based out of Los Angeles featuring Troy Spiropoulos (Lead Vocals/Bass), Zak St.John (Drums/Backing Vocals), Kim Clayborne (Backing vocals), Tommy Marcel (Guitar/Backing Vocals, Aaron Kusterer (Lead Guitar).

Slow Burning Car released their new sixth album entitled “Vicarious Disclosures”, including 9 new songs plus an exclusive acoustic cover of Iron Maiden’s classic “Wasted Years” from the 1986 album “Somewhere In Time”. Slow Burning Car’s version comes with a bouzouki intro!

In the album is included the single “Hard Time Walking”. 

Check out the video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szMRSVXIYJc