Album View: Jacqui L's "Planet Parallel 5"

 

Another interesting progressive rock musician named, Jacqui L, set to bring out an intriguing entertainment into the music realm with the release of her new album entitled “Planet Parallel 5” on May 5, 2017. The mysterious concept character artist, who set up this alien/scorpion character simply brought strong philosophical lyrics into her songs, crafting such unique piece of album. Writing in total of 12 tracks, the rock artist is simply keen on taking the music fans into her intriguing realm of musical adventure that blend plenty exciting vibe into exciting prog rock/metal pieces. The music that this Australian based artist create, supposedly inspired with things she saw in the current media, about her confusion towards people's way of thinking.

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Album View: Freddie Nelson's Solo Record "Snake The Cage"

 

 

Breaking into the international music scene with his collaboration with guitar virtuoso, Paul Gilbert in an exciting rock record entitled “United States”, Pittsburgh based rock musician, Freddie Nelson, decided to start his solo venture. Starting it out since 2015, Nelson finally managed to release his debut album called “Shake The Cage”, which received its official outing on July 7, 2017. On his new record, the singer/songwriter/guitarist crafted 11 tracks that can bring plenty excitement for music lovers all around the globe, notably those who are fans of rock music.

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Album View: Mr. Big's New Release "Defying Gravity"

 

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Rock maestros, Mr. Big are inching closer for the official release of their new album entitled “Defying Gravity” which will be unleashed on July 21, this year. Already releasing several singles from the upcoming record, music lovers might get glimpses of what they can expect from the rockers, though there are some exciting songs that they haven't officially released as just yet. Being the follow up to their 2014 outing “The Stories We Could Tell”, the quartet are set to offer another entertaining rockin' ride for music lovers all over the globe, especially those who enjoy quality rock and roll stuff. Still recording with the original foursome members of, Eric Martin (vocals), Paul Gilbert (guitar), Billy Sheehan (bass), Pat Torpey (drums) along with an official additional player Matt Starr (also on drums), the band's die hard fans can really expect tons of fun journey on the new album.

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Album View: It's Just Craig New Release "Dark Corners"

 

Indie Rock has become a quite rare breed recently, especially one that also implemented goth country along with Americana into the mix. However, those uncommon combination is basically what's being offered by Indianapolis/Nashville based artist called It's Just Craig. The music project lead by Craig Helmreich and his friends, also set up an interesting story line about a cargo boat captain and his interesting journey. That concept album, entitled “Dark Corners, vividly presented from songs number one through eight, while the last two songs were a sort of additional parts, which doesn't have any connection with the captain story. Certainly an interesting approach as music fans can follow an interesting rare concept being delivered through a quite uncommon genre in today's world.

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Album View: American High's "Bones in the Attic, Flowers in the Basement"

 

Being strongly influenced by 60's/70's rock scene along with Punk musical scenes, Californian based quartet called American High are getting themselves involved into the music realm with their debut full length released entitled “Bones in the Attic, Flower in the Basement”. Not only setting up a pretty long name for their album, the band also crafted good amount of songs as in total they composed 13 exciting and rockin' tracks. Already getting its official release back on March 8 this year, music lovers can already check out their latest outing and riding along an intense musical journey that they're arranging via that record.

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