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Swedish melodic hard rockers Volster announce the release of their second full length album “Arise”, out on November 13, 2020!

Continuing the songwriting collaboration between Ulf and Henrik, the “Arise” album includes songs in the vein of the band’s debut album “Perfect Storm”. On “Arise”, Volster expands genres to not only include American and British melodic rock but also a blend of AOR and prog rock elements. Still, the main inspiration comes from the music the members grew up listening to with focus on strong melodies and great riffs. Lyrically the album handles subjects related to reflections of life and the state of the world today. The album was written, recorded, produced and mixed by Volster and co-mixed and mastered by Thomas “Plec” Johansson (The Panic Room Studio). Album artwork and photography by Rob Hakemo

“Arise” will be released through ROAR! Rock of Angels Records, physically and digitally worldwide on November 13, 2020.

Tracks:

1. Revolution
2. Arise
3. Hanging On
4. Come Undone
5. Turn the Tide
6. End of the World
7. Gravity
8. I Wish
9. Follow You
10. Sign of the Times
11. Highroad to Nowhere
12. Till the End of Time

 

 

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Meh..

Enjoyed the first cd but this a big no to me...dunno who they want to sound like...such a mish mash...least the first disc was pretty straight ahead if I remember...if not mindblowing...this is just blowing

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