Having just released our 5th album, Seven Sins, we have now added a third guitarist Steve Doherty to the band, expanding Stormzone to a 6-piece to cope with the demands of faithfully recreating the music from Seven Sins live on stage.
Seven Sins has been getting excellent reviews since it's August release and Stormzone has also managed to achieve important exposure with features in European metal websites and magazines including the very influential Metal Hammer magazine. This has significally increased the band's profile around Europe and beyond.
Main focal points for the new stormzone 6-piece line-up are:
New video for Seven Sins album track 'Another Rainy Night', currently under production and set for release mid-November.
Continuing to rehearse and develop a unique stage show with the additional Stormzone personnel in order to build visually on what has been a widely well received new album!
Building on the 'track-by-track' description videos to give people a detailed insight into the characters and motives involved in the adventures contained on 'Seven Sins'.
Developing further Dr Dealer's universe, creating further exploits and circumstances for his traveling emporium and adding more gifted personalities to his Abandoned Souls carnival.
Exploring all possibilities with regards to playing live where and when possible in order to let metal fans in Europe see the new bigger Stormzone line-up and hear an extended set featuring songs from all 5 Stormzone albums!
It all kicks off with a special Halloween album launch on October 31st in the reknowned Diamond Rock Club in Northern Ireland. The band then plans to launch into a series of UK dates before embarking on a Christmas tour of Spain.
Seven Sins, o quinto álbum dos Stormzone, apresenta 12 canções cada uma delas abordando as aventuras do misterioso Dr. Dealer. Musicalmente, é um disco épico de metal clássico, assente nas bases criadas pelos Iron Maiden. Um disco com poder, grandes melodias e muitas guitarras – fantásticas principalmente nos duelos solo/base – e uma grande maturidade bem notória nos ricos arranjos e na frequente utilização de duas vozes. Uma bela surpresa!
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