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Shades of Remembrance Announces New Album "Veil" Release

Ohio metal act Shades of Remembrance will release second album “Veil” on April 26th, 2013. There will be a CD release show on that date at the Rock City Tap House, 5326 State Road, Parma, Ohio. The band also comments on its history:

"Shades of Remembrance was formed when Elm Burgess and Al Bauhof stepped away from their neoclassical instrumental band and started to write more progressive music with vocals. Elm’s brother Calvin, joined on rhythm guitar/vocals. Finally, Todd Martin joined on drums/percussion to complete the S.O.R. sound. Calvin Burgess is formally of the band Chemikill, a well- known Cleveland based; power metal band in the late 80’s. Calvin switched from bass to guitar for the chance to perform with his brother and close friends.

"Shade of Remembrance’s material is full of energy and emotions. Driving drums and bass, countered with progressive guitar parts and shredding leads complete the sound. Vocals are reminiscent of Fates Warning, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater, and Queensryche. Calvin’s vocals have also brought a harder edge to the S.O.R. sound. A couple tracks grind into the depths of old school thrash metal."

The band's first CD “Voices In My Mind” as well as new album “Veil” are available on iTunes, Amazon, Napster, Rhapsody and many more.

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