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News from Escape Music:

Escape Music pleased to announce the the signing of Canadian band Storm Force
Storm Force is the explosive new band that fans of classic hard melodic rock have all been waiting for.
Led by Brighton Rock founder and fleet-fingered guitarist Greg Fraser and featuring one of today’s most powerful and versatile lead vocalists in Patrick Gagliardi, their debut record produced by Darius Szczepaniak combines colossal, crushing melodic rock with hook-laden ballads and massive choruses reminiscent of vintage Cinderella, balanced by classic rock sensibilities of acts like The Who and Van Halen.
The group hails from Niagara Falls, Canada and is rounded out by the blistering one-two punch rhythm section of drummer Brian Hamilton & bassist Mike Berardelli.
Storm Force’s ground-breaking new record is the result of a rich blend of rock influences spanning Triumph, Coney Hatch, Thin Lizzy, Foreigner, and so many more, and will be available on Escape Music worldwide January 2020
The album is being mastered by Alan Douches as we speak....more info to follow

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Hmmm sounds interestin.

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Good band name.

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From Escape Music:

Release Date: 25th January 2020
Catalogue Number: ESM339

 

STORM FORCE Is:

Lead Vocals: Patrick Gagliardi
Lead Guitar & Vocals: Greg Fraser
Drums & Vocals: Brian Hamilton
Bass & Vocals: Mike Beradelli

 

TrackList

1. BECAUSE OF YOU  4:42
2. AGE OF FEAR    4:08
3. BREATHE    4:48
4. EMBER RAIN   4:03
5. RIDE LIKE HELL   4:09
6.DIRTY VEGAS  3:35 
7. MORE THAN YOU KNOW 4:06
8. MARSHALL LAW  3:53
9. DIFFERENT ROADS  4:20
10. RINGSIDE   4:56

 

Storm Force is the explosive new band that fans of classic hard melodic rock have all been waiting for.

Led by Canadian rock legends Brighton Rock founder and lead guitarist Greg Fraser and featuring one of today’s most powerful and versatile lead vocalists in Patrick Gagliardi (formerly of Surface Tension), their debut record produced by Darius Szczepaniak (Black Crowes, Sum 41, Big Sugar) combines colossal, crushing melodic rock with hook-laden ballads and massive choruses reminiscent of vintage Cinderella, balanced by classic rock sensibilities of acts like The Who and Van Halen.

The group hails from Niagara Falls, Canada and is rounded out by the blistering one-two punch rhythm section of ex-Panik and Step Echo drummer Brian Hamilton and sought-after session musician and touring bassist Mike Beradelli.

Storm Force’s groundbreaking new record is the result of a rich blend of rock influences spanning Triumph, UFO, Thin Lizzy, Foreigner, and so many more, and will be available on Escape Music worldwide

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Need a sample. 

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On 12/1/2019 at 10:17 PM, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Need a sample. 

Damn it, that's my line!  LOL

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Yeah, bit of anyone's guess until we hear sounds, but looks like a possibility. Had no idea Escape Music were still going... 

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First song 'Because Of You:

 

 

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songs ok, not massive on the vocals 

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Yeah, that's a pretty harsh vocalist, but decent song. 

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But guys, he's one of today's most powerful and versatile lead vocalists. 

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Mediocre song, mediocre vocals.  Guy sounds like a lesser version of about seven different singers.

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The vocals are less grating here, but the song is less interesting. 

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