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30 minutes ago, lettard said:

Fingers crossed on this one and I hope they dont fuck it up like Roxy Blue etc

LOL.  I really don't see Heaven's Edge trying to do a modern grunge type thing!

Have heard 3 songs though and I think it's shaping up to be pretty decent based on what I heard.

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2 hours ago, tts42572 said:

LOL.  I really don't see Heaven's Edge trying to do a modern grunge type thing!

Have heard 3 songs though and I think it's shaping up to be pretty decent based on what I heard.


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Lyric video for 'Had Enough'.

Press release:

Frontiers Music Srl is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of a long-awaited new studio album, "Get It Right" from Philadelphia hard rockers Heavens Edge. This will be their first official release since 1998, when the demos and other rarities,considered the band’s second album, "Some Other Place, Some Other Time" was put out. Original members Reggie Wu (guitars, keyboards), Mark Evans (vocals), David Rath (drums), and Steven Parry (guitars) are joined by newest member, bassist Jaron Gulino (Tantric, Mach 22), who joined the band after the tragic passing of original bassist George G.G. Guidott.

Formed in Philadelphia, PA in 1987 with original band members Reggie Wu (guitars, keyboards), Mark Evans (vocals), David Rath (drums), Steven Parry (guitars) and George G.G. Guidott (bass), Heavens Edge immediately began performing on the local club circuit and surrounding areas. Gigging at well-known venues in the rock and metal scene in Philly such as The Empire Rock Club, The Galaxy, and The Trocadero, with nearby prestigious venues Hammerjacks (Baltimore, MD) and the 9:30 Club (Washington, D.C.) becoming regular stops for the group, the band began smashing attendance records and rapidly gaining the attention of local press and radio. The European press started to take note as well, with Metal Forces Magazine publishing features on the band’s building notoriety and Japan's world famous Burrn! Magazine giving them significant coverage as well. 
While the 80’s metal scene was in full swing, the greater Philadelphia, PA/New Jersey region had already produced mega-acts such as Bon Jovi, Cinderella, Skid Row, and Britny Fox  and labels were on the hunt for exactly what Heavens Edge was delivering. In a flurry of label activity from all the major players in the rock world, Heavens Edge secured a recording agreement with Columbia Records. Unfortunately, soon after the band was signed, a crazed gunman entered a club the band was playing in and randomly opened fire, striking bass player George G.G. Guidotti. G.G. was hospitalized and required months of rehabilitation to get back into playing shape. All of this delayed the commencement of the album recording for months and slowed the band's momentum.With G.G. on the mend, Heavens Edge entered the studio in the fall of 1989 and recorded their self-titled debut album with producer Neil Kernon (Dokken, Queensrÿche, Judas Priest). Well received tracks like “Skin To Skin,” “Find Another Way”, and “Play Dirty” were all included and in keeping with their reputation for exciting live shows, a live recording of the song “Is That All You Want” was added to the album. [This track was originally recorded during a live radio broadcast on the powerhouse local Philly FM rock station WMMR.] With album artwork and a music video for the first single “Skin To Skin” ready to go, Columbia Records released the album in the spring of 1990. The reviews were immediately favorable and the band hit the road with dates in Los Angeles, Boston, Baltimore, and many others. Heavens Edge was added to the Ronnie James Dio/Yngwie Malmsteen tour, culminating with a seminal performance at The Spectrum in Philadelphia. 

The next few years for Heavens Edge saw significant changes. The band was yet another victim of the well-documented shift in popular music tastes of the early '90s and made a label move from Columbia to Capitol Records, as well a guitarist change from Steve Parry to Jimmy Marciano, all of which lead to uncertainty within the group. Live audiences still supported the band, but the industry at large seemed ready to move on from the entire culture that preceded the new era of baby-boomer-influenced dark rock music. After some time seeking their place in a shrinking market, the band called it quits in 1993.    Each of the band members pursued various music ventures. Reggie, George and David teamed up with vocalist Shawn Carmen and formed the band American Pie. Jimmy Marciano joined Dean Davidson’s (Britny Fox) new band Black Eyed Suzan. Steven linked up with Tangier vocalist Bill Madsen to form Madsen/Parry. Mark played several solo acoustic shows in European markets and midwestern US cities. None of these ventures achieved the same level of success as Heavens Edge.
Though not formally together, the band inked a deal in 1998 with European label MTM and US label Perris Records and released demos and other rarities considered the band’s second album "Some Other Place, Some Other Time". This album includes previously unreleased self-titled album B-sides “Rock Steady Rock” and “Just Another Fire” along with songs “Jacky” and “Some Other Place,” which were recorded as demos for Capital Records.The next twenty years of activity for the band was not much more than the occasional benefit performance or appearance by an individual band member at various events. This was all until 2013’s official reunion show with the original line up at Firefest in Nottingham, UK. The event proved so successful that the guys continued the live show momentum with performances on The Monsters Of Rock Cruise, the Melodic Rock Festival in Chicago, and main-stage sets at M3 in the Baltimore, MD area. 

They soon returned to their home market with sold-out headline shows at the legendary TLA, Trocadero, and World Café Live.Then tragedy struck again with the diagnosis of lung cancer for G.G. in 2019. He sadly passed away in August of that same year. The band assumed they would never play as Heavens Edge again.It wasn’t until bassist Jaron Gulino (Tantric, Mach 22) and Mark Evans became acquainted that the idea of continuing as Heavens Edge became a reality. Jaron rehearsed with the group and immediately locked in with the band. A live performance with the band on The Monsters Of Rock Cruise soon followed and Heavens Edge now officially had a new member in Jaron Gulino.    
Now that the band was in-tact and the audiences were turning up, it was again time for the band to draw the attention of record companies. In 2022, Heavens Edge signed a new global recording deal with Frontiers Music Srl and will release their first studio album in twenty-five years in 2023, "Get It Right".
1. Had Enough
2. Gone Gone Gone
3. Nothing Left But Goodbye
4. What Could’ve Been
5. When The Lights Go Down
6. Raise ‘Em Up
7. 9 Lives (My Immortal Life)
8. Dirty Little Secrets
9. Beautiful Disguise
10. I’m Not The One

Mark Evans - Lead Vocals
Reggie Wu - Guitars, Backing Vocals
David Rath - Drums, Percussion
Steve Parry - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Jaron Gulino – Bass


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That album was pretty mid.

When one of your fav tracks is Is That All You Want? it says a bit.

So far the new stuff is catchier.

Hoping for a Roxanne type revival.

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This was one of the songs I'd heard played on a Philly radio station awhile back along with What Could've Been and When the Lights Go Down.  For me this one doesn't blow me away but still seems like a decent rocker to kick off the album.  Although, I think I remember liking the other songs I heard a bit more.

Still nice to hear these guys back and I'll definitely check out the album when it drops.

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Don’t love it, definitely don’t dislike it. Heavier, more modern but a fair crack at a melodic chorus. Hoping it’s one of the weaker songs on the album, though. 

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Not trying to be too harsh here, but it kinda wreaks of an uninspired band trying too hard to sound like they did 30 years ago.

Don't get me wrong. It's not bad, but it isn't very good, either.

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11 minutes ago, tts42572 said:


Wouldn't be surprised if this song was written back in the day and either never recorded or just left off the albums.

It was pretty obvious that Roxy Blue was all new (all shit) material, but so far the songs I have heard from this could all be older songs, which is no bad thing.


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