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The Night Flight Orchestra releases new music video for “Can’t Be That Bad”

Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra have released a brand new live/tour music video for the song “Can’t Be That Bad” - watch the video below.

Furthermore, the band will kick off their extensive European tour in support of their most recent hit album, “Sometimes the World Ain’t Enough”, tomorrow in Malmö, Sweden. See all dates below!

Kissin’ Dynamite - Ecstasy

Sometimes a change is for the good and other times it is not. It depends on certain reasons each time. This time Kissin’ Dynamite hit the spot by signing to Metal Blade Records, one of the biggest metal labels globally. I think that the whole thing worked for their own benefit since they also released their best album to date, in my opinion.
 

The Night Flight Orchestra releases music video for first single “This Time”

After taking the world of rock music by storm with last year's surprise hit “Amber Galactic” (which was also nominated for a Swedish Grammy in the process), and leaving people speechless after a breath-taking first European tour in November/December, Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra have announced the release of their impatiently awaited next album, “Sometimes the World Ain’t Enough” - out on June 29th, 2018, via Nuclear Blast.

Today sees the release of the first single off the new album, “This Time”, which also coincides with the launch of the album pre-order! Watch the video below.

Airrace to release new studio album “Untold Stories” on August 10th 2018

One of the UK’s pioneering AOR acts, Airrace were originally formed in 1982. Having recently re-signed to the Frontiers label, they have today released a new single and announced a forthcoming album and a tour to promote it.

The single, “Summer Rain”, is described by the band leader and guitarist Laurie Mansworth as: “a song for the summer. I wanted to write something upbeat with a positive feel, as there is far too much doom and gloom around at the moment. This song will hopefully take you to a sunny day and lift your spirit”.

The new album, entitled “Untold Stories”, will be released on August 10th, 2018.

The Night Flight Orchestra to release new studio album “Sometimes the World Ain’t Enough” on June 29th 2018

After taking the world of rock music by storm with last year's surprise hit “Amber Galactic”, which also got nominated for a Swedish Grammy in the process, and leaving people speechless after a breath-taking first European tour in November/December, Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra have completed the works on their impatiently awaited next album.

Today the band reveals details of their upcoming album, entitled “Sometimes the World Ain’t Enough”.

Just like 2017's “Amber Galactic” the album will feature two different cover artworks for the regular and limited editions.

Ted Poley teams up with Frontiers Music Srl to release new solo album

Ted Poley and Frontiers are pleased to announce that they have partnered up for the release of another solo album from the singer.

Ted is currently hard at work in Sweden on this still untitled effort. This time around, the Danger Danger singer has partnered up with some incredibly talented Swedish musicians, namely Mats Ericsson, Micke Jansson, Daniel Johansson, and Robin Ericsson (on additional vocals).

FM to release new studio album “Atomic Generation” on March 30th 2018

The mighty FM will release their new album “Atomic Generation” on March 30th, 2018, via Frontiers Music srl.

FM's eleventh studio album, “Atomic Generation” features eleven new tracks and was recorded at Coal House Studios in Staffordshire and West3 Productions, London, engineered by Scott Ralph and mixed by Jeff Knowler.

“I think this is the most mature and complete FM album we’ve made”, says Steve Overland.

Tracklist:
01. Black Magic
02. Too Much of a Good Thing
03. Killed by Love
04. In It for the Money
05. Golden Days

Cats In Space


Hello Greg and congrats on a sophomore album, Scarecrow”, that managed if not to top your debut at least come shoulder to shoulder with it…
 
G: Hi there! Yes, we are all very pleased so far. The reviews have been amazing and we feel “Scarecrow” is a big leap forward.
 
 
What’s new in the world of the “cats”?
 
G: New? Nothing really, we are from the 1970s!