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Second album will be released in June on Roar! Rock Of Angels Records.

Members:
Jan Le Brandt: Vocals (Memoria Avenue, Northquake)
Daniel Olaisen: Guitars (Scariot, Blood Red Throne, ex-Satyricon)
Frank Ørland: Guitars (ex-Scariot)
Miguel Pereira: Bass (Withem)
Frank Nordeng Røe: Drums (Withem, Maraton)

 

www.facebook.com/bigcitynorway

 

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1. Big City Life
2. Cryin’ In The Night
3. Daemon In The Dark
4. Rocket Man
5. Stars Surrounding
6. From This Day
7. Running For Your Life
8. Forgive Me Now
9. Tower Of Babylon
10. Home Again

 

 

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Yeah, that's a good track.  Eager to hear more.

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Velly velly intelesting! Looking forward to hearing more.

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Yes this one will be excellent as was the first album Wintersleep that is getting combo'd with the new release. Daniel is a hell of a guitarist + and there should be noone that shouldn't like this stuff.

More info from my SR post with band links:

https://sleazeroxx.com/big-citys-new-album-big-city-life-wintersleep-double-cd-coming-june-22nd/

 

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That does actually sound quite nice. 

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Solid album, but a bit of a step back from 'Wintersleep,' imo. 'Forgive me now' is the best of a well played, solid bunch of songs. But it's not really essential, imo. 

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