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From FB:

 

Code Red is:
Ulrick Lönnqvist (Sahara) - vocals,
Oscar Bromvall (Palace, Big Time,Erika) - Guitar
Michael Palace (Palace,Kryptonite,Jim Jidhed) - Bass, backing vocals
Daniel Flores (Find me, Minds Eye) - Drums

Debut coming soon!

 

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18620158_580477148994401_529469832140951

18699502_580440902331359_105210404665607

 

 

From FB:

 

Code Red is:

Ulrick Lönnqvist (Sahara) - vocals,

Oscar Bromvall (Palace, Big Time,Erika) - Guitar

Michael Palace (Palace,Kryptonite,Jim Jidhed) - Bass, backing vocals

Daniel Flores (Find me, Minds Eye) - Drums

Debut coming soon!

 

Interested!

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Woah the Palace dudes on guitar, bass and backing vox. Nice

 

It'll be produced well with Flores on deck

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From FB:

 

Code Red present you:

Incendiary

Debut album released world-wide 20th October on AOR Heaven

Hang on for this one as Ulrick Lönqvist has now teamed up with some of his past band members, along with some young blood to deliver a brand new melodic rock gem produced by Daniel Flores.

 

 

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October 20th...what a great date :) rings a familiar bell for me :)

 

Heh, your birthday...

 

 

Track listing revealed:

1. I Wont Be Your Hero

2. Heat Of The Night

3. Lift Me Up

4. My Hollywood Ending

5. Saving Grace

6. Eternal Pretender

7. Like I Remember You

8. Forever And A Day

9. Returning The Flame

10. Are You Leaving Now

11. Returning The Flame (accoustic version, japan bonus)

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Another one sounding good!

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October 20th...what a great date :) rings a familiar bell for me :)

 

Heh, your birthday...

 

 

Track listing revealed:

1. I Wont Be Your Hero

2. Heat Of The Night

3. Lift Me Up

4. My Hollywood Ending

5. Saving Grace

6. Eternal Pretender

7. Like I Remember You

8. Forever And A Day

9. Returning The Flame

10. Are You Leaving Now

11. Returning The Flame (accoustic version, japan bonus)

 

yes Stefan thanx :) and I will be a big boy oct 20th lol btw this is shaping up pretty well imho :)

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More info from AOR Heaven:

Lead singer Ulrick Lönnqvist initially started out with the band Sahara who released a self-titled album in 2001 on AOR Heaven. Since then he has mainly been working as a song-writer and co-writer for different bands all around Sweden, i.e. with Hal Marabel (Bad Habit), Morgan Jensen (Swedish Erotica), Jake E (Amaranthe), Michael Palace (Palace) and Andreas Gullstrand (Creye) to name a few. So the seed to the new project and band CODE RED was planted many years ago in fact, when colleagues and partners became close friends.

During 2016 while Lönnqvist was co-writing songs for the new albums with Jim Jidhed, Creye, Mad Invasion and Find Me, producer Daniel Flores (The Murder Of My Sweet, Find Me) approached to him and suggested that he really should record an album of his own. It was never Lönnqvist's ambition to be a solo artist, but Flores convinced him and wanted to produce the album. The singer teamed up with co-writers Morgan Jensen (Swedish Erotica) and Michael Palace (Palace, Big Time), and along with lead guitarist Oscar Bromvall (Palace, Erika) and keyboard player Kaspar Dahlqvist (Shadowquest, Dionysus) the line-up was complete. CODE RED was born.

It felt like a natural step to approach Georg Siegl at AOR Heaven, and he believed in the songs and CODE RED right from the start. The band recorded their debut album during the spring of 2017 at Sound vs. Science in Stockholm under the direction of producer Daniel Flores and Ulrick Lönnqvist. It was a pure labor of love, resulting in the melodic rock album titled “Incendiary”.

Ulrick Lönnqvist - Lead and backing vocals, Acoustic guitars
Morgan Jensen - Electric guitars
Oscar Bromvall - Lead guitars
Michael Palace - Bass and backing vocals
Kaspar Dahlqvist - Keyboards
Daniel Flores – Drums

Cover design and artwork by Ken Sandin, SinProd. Photography: Anders Fästader, Trailermade Productions. For any further info and news. Visit AOR Heaven’s website: www.metalheaven.net, or Code Red Sweden on Facebook.

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Just heard "Won't Be Your Hero" over on Fryday with Fry, sounds good.

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Just heard "Won't Be Your Hero" over on Fryday with Fry, sounds good.

Good stuff. But I prefer Midnite City

 

Agree 100%. Midnite City is right up my alley

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