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Lalu Streaming Full "Atomic Ark" Album

"Atomic Ark," the newest solo album from French composer Vivien Lalu -- and first for progressive metal powerhouse, Sensory Records -- is out now. You can stream the full release in the player below, courtesy of Popmatters.com.

The opus was fully conceived and composed by Lalu, the musician having enlisted a lineup of vocalist Martin LeMar (Mekong Delta), bassist Mike LePond (SymphonyX), guitarist Simone Mularoni (DGM) and drummer Virgil Donati (PlanetX), in addition to countless guest contributions, to complete the album.

In addition to the release of his new masterwork, this week Vivien Lalu also announces that half of his royalties for "Atomic Ark" will be donated directly to Paris/NYC-based animal rescue organization Alerte Sos.

In a statement released via his Facebook page early today the French composer notes: "Just got back from my visit to Alerte Sos; It was a real pleasure to meet the president and her team. These people are so amazing... I am speechless at their dedication to the animal cause. You should know that in France, animals are sentenced if they don't find a family; the clock is always ticking. So I am very happy to announce that half of my Atomic Ark royalties will go to Alerte Sos and by buying this album you will help to save many animals from certain death. We can't save them all - but every little gesture helps! Some of these puppies are hurt and sick and need treatment but the veterinary fees are huge! Thanks for your support and I hope you enjoy being a part of something greater than just listening to music."

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