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Swedish glam metal act ToxicRose released details of the upcoming new album "Total Tranquility." The album is set to be released by City Of Lights/Rock It Up Records on May 16th.
"Total Tranquility" is the full length debut album following the critically acclaimed, self-titled EP from 2012. The album includes ten majestic songs filled with blasting drums, intense bass, furious guitars and powerful vocals.
With "Total Tranquility" the band has reached a new level and the album marks the ambition of the bands potential and is a milestone in ToxicRose´s career. The songs covers a wide range of musicality from fast metal anthems to memorable, catchy melodies.
The album was mixed by Ronny Milianowicz of Shadowquest at Studio Seven (Angra, DragonForce, HammerFall, Primal Fear) and mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studio (DragonForce, Opeth, Symphony X). The album's artwork was created by Juanjo Castellano (shown below).
The track list for the album is:
1. World Of Confusion
2. Silent End Of Me
3. Killing The Romance
5. We Own The Night
6. Reckless Society
8. Because Of You
9. We All Fall Down
10. Total Tranquility More...
Anyone looking for rock and roll highlighted by sleazy guitars, big choruses, and tattoos are well aware (and have been for some time) of the scene in Sweden. Veteran, new, and reformed bands continue to put out new music as well as some entertaining videos. This week we look at three of these videos.
Swedish rockers SISTER SIN have released a music video for "End Of The Line", the first single from the band's upcoming album 'Now And Forever.' Filmed at an old nuclear reactor testing facility in Stockholm, Sweden, SISTER SIN is clearly in a mood for kicking ass.
I realize this is at a nuclear reactor site, but the video begins with an Asylum feel, or at least some sort of mental institution. Liv Jagrell is not happy, also not hungry. She is ripped, sweaty, and working out inside a small cement cell. Outside (of the alleged mental institution) there are explosions. Not Macy’s type fireworks: bombs going off, signaling Armageddon. Inside, Liv does pull-ups. The video continues with more explosions and then push-ups. Liv is preparing for war. After her “Prison Work Out” she approaches her stash of guns. Hey, what type of mental facility is this? So maybe this is just her own personal bunker, a place where she can get away from that crazy outside world and get in a good workout. Also, a great place to stash her guns…
Sweden's KILLER BEE are back with a refreshed line-up and a new album called 'Hell & Back.' The band has released their first official music video from the album, for the single "Step Into My World.” This is not to be confused with the comic relief track “My World” from Guns N’ Roses ‘Use Your Illusion II’, no, this is serious.
The video displays depressing clips of poverty, rioting, and begging. A quick break from the documentary shows the band. I enjoy the abundance of jean jackets and the use of a globe as “the world on fire”, also good use of the fist pump. The video (depressing documentary) continues with more world hunger, missile crisis, etc… very somber video, I think I’m going to go listen to “My World” and cheer myself up…
TOXICROSE, a brand new band out of Sweden featuring GEMINI FIVE and LIPSTIXX 'N' BULLETZ members, have released a music video for the track "A Song For The Weak.” The song is taken from the band's upcoming debut EP, soon to be released by City Of Lights/Rock It Up Records.
The video begins very formal – an introduction to the band. My personal opinion is that the broken glass is unnecessary, but then again, that’s just me. This is pretty much what is coming out of Sweden these days: lots of guitars, lots of hair, lots of leather, and lots of chains. There is definitely s glam inspiration, but more in a Hanoi Rocks way, versus late eighties Sunset Strip. The songs are bluesy enough to hide the pop grooves and choruses. It’s glam with an edge…