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From jdmiller.rocks:

 

The new JD Miller record ’World War X’ sounds like the musical child bred by Evergrey and Eclipse. JD Miller is the thing if you like melodic, guitar driven rock fronted by edgy vocals and soaring harmonies all wrapped up in modern production.

The album was created over the last 2 years during the Swedish fall and winters to create the atmosphere. ’World War X’ was recorded at Studio Haga and Studio Berghem in Sweden by JD Miller themselves. The album was mixed by former member Christian Svedin as he understands the sound of JD Miller, and it was mastered by one of Swedens true audio greats in Thomas ’Plec’ Johansson at ‘The Panic Room’, in order to guarantee an awesome sounding album.
In 2014 JD Miller released their debut album ’Grand Intentions’ and also two singles ’Let it Burn’ and ’Point of No Return’.
’Let It Burn’ went straight in as a challenger on one of Sweden’s biggest rock radio stations, Bandit Rock. The album ’Grand Intentions’ also got JD Miller acclaim by one of the biggest music communities in the world when they became a featured artist on reverbnation.com.
Stefan Glas of Rockhard magazine in Germany gave ’Grand Intentions’ a 9 out of 10 and mentioned JD Miller when he summed up the best from his music year in 2014:

(9) In Sweden, JD Miller made crunchy hard rock with ’Grand Intentions’ which has an awesome groove”

 

 

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Peter Halldén – Vocals
Emil Eriksson – Drums
Alex Oriz – Lead Guitar/Rythm Guitar
Elias Fröjd – Lead Guitar/Rythm Guitar
Chris David – Bass Guitar

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