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Girish & The Chronicles - Hail To The Heroes


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Hope they're able to craft some catchier tunes this time. That said, I should prolly revisit their first album to see if it's grown on me. 

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I quite liked their debut album, but not as much as quite a few other people seemed to. Not top of my list, but will defo check out

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Yeah their debut disappointed me,it was ok,the guy has a great voice and the talent is obviously there as a band...so maybe this time

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New song 'Lovers' Train'.

From Frontiers:

Buzzworthy Indian hard rockers Girish & The Chronicles (GATC) have released a brand new single, 'Lovers' Train'. Stream or download the single HERE: https://orcd.co/loverstrain 'Lovers Train' serves as an appetizer for the bands forthcoming new studio album, which will be released in early 2022 via Frontiers Music Srl. Stay tuned for more details on that coming soon.

Girish says, "We are a hard rock/melodic rock/heavy metal band. We like making the kind of music that we grew up listening to, which revolves around the '80s. However, we do like including a song or two that may have a very different vibe. Could be in the form of a progressive song or maybe a riff that has a bit of "India" in it. All in all, we think of it as a roller coaster ride with the meanest in-your-face songs to beautiful ballads. We feel no matter how dedicated we are to the art, we still should not stop ourselves from exploring more, but without losing the essence of what we truly love."

GATC has released two acclaimed albums, their debut “Back on Earth” (Universal Music India) and the more recent 2020 release, “Rock The Highway” (Lions Pride Music).

Starting off in the city of Gangtok in Sikkim, India, and now based out of Bengaluru in Karnataka, GATC are known for their soaring, powerful vocals, biting guitars, thunderous bass, and pounding drums, staying true to the authentic ‘80s heavy metal/hard rock sound which they grew up with. Many rock outlets, listed GATC’s "Rock the Highway" on their list of top Top Rock/Metal Albums of 2020 and the group has gained a cult following with '80's and '90s hair metal and hard rock aficionados.

GATC is also well known in the Indian rock scene for electrifying live shows and have toured across the nation and beyond. The group has supported bands ranging in variety from American alt rockers Hoobastank to Finnish rockers Poets of the Fall to German thrashers Destruction. Additionally, the band has been part of various leading music festivals in India consistently. They also recently toured with/backed ex-Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler during his performances in India. Vocalist Girish Pradhan is also part of the international metal group, Firstborne, which is led by Chris Adler, James Lomenzo and Hugh B. Myrone. He has also toured the UK, France, Spain, Portugal and other territories with his other side projects in the past. In their 11 year existence, they have been credited by many fans for bringing the classic hard rock culture back in India and are an inspiration to many new and upcoming bands in the scene.

LINE-UP:

Girish Pradhan - Vocals / Rhythm Guitars

Yogesh Pradhan - Bass / Keys / Primary Music Producer

Suraj Tikhatri A.K.A Suraz Sun - Lead Guitars

Nagen Mongrati A.K.A Nagen Nags - Drums

 

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I have to say that is excellent to my ears,could almost be a different band than from the debut by the sound of it.

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 Across between XYZ (on the mellower versus) and Skid Row.

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7 hours ago, The Rocker said:

 Across between XYZ (on the mellower versus) and Skid Row.

I was thinking the same, almost like Skid Row 1989 for the verses and then Slave to the Grind on the chorus! 😆

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Like that...not as much as the previous single...its on the heavier side and although he can definitely sing...he seems to scream a bit more on this track...still a great guitar sound though...will look forward to Hail To The Heroes  :)

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