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The Night Flight Orchestra release music video for first single “Divinyls”

Swedish classic rock/AOR supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra are set to take off with the release of their intergalactic new album “Aeromantic” on February 28th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast.

“More drama” is the name of the game - and the band delivers a dose of class in the form of the official music video for the first single “Divinyls”, directed by René U Valdes of Bravo Bravo Films. Get a sonic impression of their promised “Aeromantic” experience below.

The Defiants

Hi Paul, I’m glad to get the chance to talk with you again about the new album “Zokusho”. Once again you’ve nailed it! The new album rocks big time dude! Congrats!
 
P: Thank you. We did the best we could with the time we had to write and record it. I think both Bruno and I put a lot of pressure on ourselves to write an album that we could be proud of, and stand on its own separate from the first release.
 

Kissin’ Dynamite and The Baseballs present music video for new single “Cadillac Maniac”

Hard Rock and fifties Rock‘n’Roll in one song? Can this even work? Of course it can! With their collaboration song, “Cadillac Maniac”, Kissin’ Dynamite and The Baseballs deliver the stunning proof that even in 2019 it’s possible to create a bold and surprising musical fusion that manages to impress with its sheer refreshing otherness. But how did the spectacular collaboration come about?

The Defiants - Zokusho

Truly I was hoping for a second album by The Defiants, but as time was passing by I thought that this was probably a one-time album. Thankfully, I was proven wrong and after three years the guys are back with their sophomore release, which is called “Zokusho”. This time the guys, Paul Laine (vocals), Bruno Ravel (bass guitar, guitar, keyboards), Rob Marcello (lead guitar), also have Steve West (Danger Danger) on drums.

Cats In Space

Hi, Greg… congrats on “Daytrip to Narnia” – it’s has been chosen as the “Album of the Month” on Grande Rock! Great job dude once again!
 
G: Hi there guys! That’s awesome news, thank you so much for the support!
 
 
So, how are things out there in space?
 

First Signal - Line of Fire

Out of all the various projects that Frontiers has “devised” by having the various vocalists on their roster sing in tunes composed and recorded by a variety of talent they also have on tap, First Signal was meant to feature and display the considerable talents of Harem Scarem’s Harry Hess. The Canadian has always done a top notch job, but also the project itself has never become “a burden” other than one of joy.