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Great tune, but I wish he'd lay off the sweep picking on the guitar solos. It got tiresome in Art Nation.

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Press release from AOR Heaven:

Swedish Melodic Rockers TASTE are finally back with a new album which will display a more diverse collection of 12 songs than the record before.

The band says: ”We’ve been planning the album for 4 years, but time was a factor that didn’t work in our favor, so it wasn’t until 2017 we properly started to work on it. And we are very proud of the end result.”

Just like before, the Borg brothers wrote and produced all songs together. The record will be recorded and mixed by Christoffer (Evergrey, Art Nation and Kee Marcello) at Top Floor Studios, Gothenburg.

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Press release:

TASTE was born on the day before New Year’s Eve 2009, when the two brothers, Christoffer and Felix Borg decided to make music together. The vision was to make classic 80s AOR, greatly inspired by FM, Giant and Strangeways. 
Signing a deal with AOR Heaven, the self-titled album was released January 2013. The album received a lot of good reviews for their classic keyboard driven sound. After doing a few live performances the brothers joined ART NATION. During this time, Christoffer started study to become a music producer and they decided to leave TASTE aside until there was enough time to do it properly.
After a four year hiatus the brothers finally found the time to work together again. With a brand new single, ”We Are Back ”, released on their own, they signed a new deal with AOR Heaven, and in August 2018 they’ll release their highly anticipated second album, ” Moral Decay ”.
“Moral Decay” is recorded and mixed at Top Floor Studios, Gothenburg, by Christoffer Borg (Anthrax, Amaranthe, Danko Jones). The album is mastered by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Epica).

TASTE:
Christoffer Borg - Vocals, Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Bass and Synth
Felix Borg - Drums, Bass, Clean & Acoustic Guitars and Synth

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Looking forward.

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Tracklisting for 'Moral Decay':

On the run
Alive
Dangerous
On my shoulder
Rainbow warrior
The fire inside
Adventureland
Moral Decay
My own worst enemy
Lost in myself
We are back
Sixteen years
More than a thousand charades

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Listening to this now. Musically, I love it. If the vocals weren't quite so thickly accented, it would be a monster. Definitely AOR and not hard rock.

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46 minutes ago, heavyharmonies said:

Listening to this now. Musically, I love it. If the vocals weren't quite so thickly accented, it would be a monster. Definitely AOR and not hard rock.

Is it like Creye, or lighter?

 

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