New Video For "Time Of The Equinox" Posted, As Amadeus Awad Signs To Melodic Revolution Records
Lebanese guitarist/composer Amadeus Awad, dubbed the "Arjen Anthony Lucassen of the Middle East," has signed on with Melodic Revolution Records for the re-mastered release of his debut solo album "Time Of The Equinox." The album, originally self-released in January of 2012, will be reissued on June 18th and will be available as a CD and digital download (through iTunes).
Awad commented: "I am pleased and proud to share with you that I signed a deal with the beautiful people at Melodic Rock Revolution. The label will be releasing a new master of my album 'Time Of The Equinox' with a bonus track."
The bonus track referenced is the instrumental "Immortal Dunes." "Tales of the Equinox" features guest appearances by vocalist Mark Boals (Iron Mask/Ex-Yngwie Malmsteen), guitarist Timo Somers (Delain) and Liz Vandal (Uli Jon Roth). The complete track listing is:
1. The Origins Of Light
2. Gift Of Solitude And Joy
3. Paper Dreams Pt. I : Requiem (Feat. Mark Boals)
4. Paper Dreams Pt. II : Dies Irae (Feat. Mark Boals)
5. Paper Dreams Pt. III : The Tempest (Feat. Mark Boals)
6. Time Of The Equinox
7. Spiritus Devi
8. Meteors in the Blue (Feat. Liz Vandall)
9. Virtual Eclipse
10. Nostalgia (Feat. Liz Vandall)
11. Tales of Celtic Sunsets (Feat. Timo Somers)
12. Autumn Eyes
13. L'univers En Deuil
14 Immortal Dunes (Bonus Track)"
A video for the title track was released in the last day, which can be seen here:
In addition, Awad is also completing work on his new project Amadeus Awad's EON, on which will appear performances by Russell Allen (Symphony X), Amanda Somerville (Kiske-Sommerville/Avantasia), Timo Tolkki (Ex-Stratovarius/Avalon) and Kevin Moore (Ex-Dream Theater). A trailer for that release can be viewed at this location.
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