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New deal with Mighty Music and a new album 'Neon Sunrise' this summer.

Press release:

Mighty Music is excited to announce the signing of Swedish AOR rising stars Captain Black Beard. Grown out in the melodic era of the 80s, with more than ten years in the music business, the band turned some heads with its last album ”Sonic Forces” and a new-found classy, disco-inspired AOR. It was time for Mighty Music to get into play.

”We’re absolutely fired up about signing to Mighty Music”, the band comments. ”Our new album is a beast waiting to be unleashed. Is the world ready? Who knows… but Captain Black Beard is back on a new mission and with our mighty collaborators, success shall come our way”.

The release of Captain Black Beard’s next album will be announced soon.

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thanks ,like that also...retaining that almost (almost) NFO vibe,just not in the same league though but I like it :)

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I don't recall being as enamoured with the last album as most of you were, but I'm liking these so far. 

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49 minutes ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

I don't recall being as enamoured with the last album as most of you were, but I'm liking these so far. 

Much n all as I liked the last album...this is sounding much better thus far.

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'Neon Sunrise' out October 7th.

Tracks:

1. Flamenco
2. We’re The Forgiven
3. Physical
4. Moment Of Truth
5. Wasted Heart
6. Night Reaction
7. Chains Of Love
8. Burning Daylight
9. Break (Into Forever)
10. Invincible
11. State Of Denial
12. Neon Sunrise

 

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Sweet...they seem to get better and better with subsequent albums

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10 hours ago, Jez said:

Sweet...they seem to get better and better with subsequent albums

Agree, this one and the last one are really good

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On 10/8/2022 at 1:55 PM, zacharyamelie said:

Fantastic release! More Brother Firetribe than ever. 

Yep, both NFO and BF mentioned in this thread, and I agree with both comparisons. 

Anyway, I'm nowhere near as taken by these guys as many here, but there's a few cool moments on this new album. I liked 'Wasted Heart,' 'Night Reaction' and 'State Of Denial.' Of the rest, some of it's not bad but as I was listening to this I was thinking how when I open this thread I'd bet people will be disappointed with this album after the mega praise the last album received. As usual, I was wrong, but I am surprised that this may be preferred to the last one. 

Anyway, good luck to them. They remind me so much of the Hardcore Superstar situation. Bumbled along for so long before anyone took any notice, and now they have plenty of eyes on them. I'm happy for them and hope they keep the dream alive for the fans. 

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1 hour ago, Geoff said:

Yep, both NFO and BF mentioned in this thread, and I agree with both comparisons. 

 

I don't 

not fit to tie either of those bands bootlaces 

Don't like the vocals, and about 3 good songs of which Moment of Truth was by far the best 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Glen said:

I don't 

not fit to tie either of those bands bootlaces 

Don't like the vocals, and about 3 good songs of which Moment of Truth was by far the best 

Whether or not they achieve the perceived heights of those bands, I still heard the sound / style of those bands in this release. I'm not a fan of NFO so for me that was the element of the new album I didn't like, and recent Brother Firetribe has been pretty underwhelming too... so through my eyes it's not heavyweight comparisons, and therefore, for me, pretty valid comparisons. 

BUT!!! To each their own. ;)

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4 minutes ago, Geoff said:

Whether or not they achieve the perceived heights of those bands, I still heard the sound / style of those bands in this release. I'm not a fan of NFO so for me that was the element of the new album I didn't like, and recent Brother Firetribe has been pretty underwhelming too... so through my eyes it's not heavyweight comparisons, and therefore, for me, pretty valid comparisons. 

BUT!!! To each their own. ;)

sounds nothing like those bands to me BUT to each their own ;)

 

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