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Hey guys, Starchase is back with our second album "Afterlife" available early 2018 through MelodicRock Records. More details to follow but here is the cover artwork. Watch this space for the release of the first single coming soon

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MelodicRock Records is very pleased to continue their relationship with the very fine melodic rock stars of Melbourne, Australia – Star Chase!

For those that may not know, Star Chase is the 5 piece melodic rock band featuring a very familiar name on lead vocals/guitars – Jason Old from The Radio Sun (and previously Safire, Square One, Someone Elses Life).

Joining Jason in Star Chase are:
Steve Martret - lead guitars/vocals and producer (Safire)
Gilbert Annese - drums (Square One,Someone Elses Life)
Aaron Suter - keyboards/vocals (Safire)
And Anthony Wong - bass/vocals (Someone Elses Life)

After the 15th anniversary of the original Safire EP, Steve and Jase began writing together initially for fun, with no other plan other than to write as many songs as they could.
This eventually led to having over 20 songs written in a few months. 

After putting the band together it was clear there was a chemistry so the next step was to record an album with no real expectation. The resulting, The New Day debut was a collection of 11 rocking tunes for fans of “two guitar & keyboard“ rock with huge harmonies.

This band has their own unique sound. It continues on into this, their second studio album ‘Afterlife‘.

’Afterlife‘ is an album that will continue to please fans of the debut and The Radio Sun, and fans of classic feel good melodic rock, Australian style AOR and songs with big hooks and even bigger harmonies.

Star Chase Afterlife will be released via MRR on February 28.

 

 

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