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Epitaph - Fire From The Soul (2016)

2-04-2016, 18:23
Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Fire From The Soul
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Epitaph
Genre: Progressive, Hard Rock
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 61:12 min
Total Size: 152 mb / 467 mb

On the new album: A fantastic new album from one of the best German Bands. Fire From The Soul combines all elements you can expect from a new Epitaph album in 2016: singing twin-guitars and sparkling rock songs with choral singing for several voices. This album is surprising all along the line through the steady quality from first to last song. A lucky bag, retro and modern at the same time, from the opener Nightmare (first single) over the symphonic, almost 9 minutes title track to the soulful Love Child. As guest musicians on this album you can hear Tim Reese (Truckstop) and Pete Sage (Santiano) on violin as well as Klaus Henatsch (Nektar) on piano and keyboards. Biography: Powerful. Timeless. Magical. There are only a few German rock bands that deserve the title legendary, and EPITAPH is one of them. Founded in 1969, the band wrote music history in the 1970s. EPITAPH was the first german rock band to tour the USA (several times), producing their legendary 1974 Outside The Law in Chicago. After TV appearances on the top German musicshows Beat Club and Rockpalast, EPITAPH was soon a household name. Tours with Joe Cocker, RoryGallagher, Golden Earring and ZZ-Top, and numerous festival appearances made EPITAPH one of the most popular German cult rock bands.Over the last 40 years, the band has released 15 studio and live albums. And if you add the digital re-releases, that's a total of 21 albums. The long awaited new rock album Fire From The Soul was released in Spring 2016, with guest artists Tim Reese, Klaus Henatsch, Agnes Hapsari and Pete Sage. Drumming on the new album is Jim McGillivray, a founder member of the band, who has returned to replace Achim Poret. The title song Fire From The Soul is a 9-minute rock symphony that goes from baroque folk to orchestrated gothic, and Any Day promises to be a rock classic.


01. Nightmare
02. The Way It Used To Be
03. Fighting In The Street
04. No One Can Save Me
05. Any Day
06. Man Without A Face
07. Fire From The Soul
08. Spark To Start A Fire
09. Love Child (Bonus Track)
10. Sooner Or Later
11. Rondo Allaturca
12. One Of These Days
13. Nightmare (Radio Edit)

Cliff Jackson - Guitar, Vocals
Heinz Glass - Guitar, back vocs
Bernie Kolbe - Bass, Vocals
Jim Mcgillivrary - Drums, backvocs

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