Released by: Despotz Records Release date: 25 September 2015 Genre: Rock Links: Facebook Lineup: Anders Ljung (Space Age Baby Jane) – Vocals Josephine Forsman (Sahara Hotnights) – Drums Erik Almström (Bullet) – Guitar Ryan Roxie (Alice Cooper, Slash’s Snakepit ) – Guitar Erik Stenemo (Melody Club) – Guitar Mats Rubarth – Bass […]
So, the bottom line is a solid album with a fantastic singer, tight musicianship and solid song material that combines traditional Last Autumn’s Dream AOR-stuff with a slightly more rockin’ note in sound. It is not a true evolution, but it is a step in the right direction to ensure that you don’t listen to the same arrangements again and again. If the songwriting itself would offer more hit potential and not just more of the same, this album could have been a very important turning point in LAD history. Maybe next time. For now you get a solid one which is made especially for Last Autumn’s Dream and Mikael Erlandsson fans, as well as people who can’t get enough of Scandi Rock.
Adding flavor to the mix is the borrowed talents of vocalists such as Harry Hess, Robin Beck, Erik Martensson and Micheal Bormann amongst others. The comparisons come to mind because projects like Voices Of Rock and Worldstage shared it’s time in the limelight as many fans of the genre dug both of those records.