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Behind the new multinational band Atlantis Drive is the German guitarist Markus Pfeffer (Barnabas Sky, Lazarus Dream). With the aim of celebrating and reviving the melodic rock sound of the 80s, he embarks on a musical journey together with vocal legend Mark Boals (Ring Of Fire, Shining Black, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force), French keyboardist Jorris Guilbaud (Devoid, Heart Line) and drummer Markus Kullmann (Glenn Hughes, Sinner, Voodoo Circle). Beyond short-lived trends, Atlantis Drive stylistically celebrates the spirit of the 80s with thick keyboards full of hooklines, groovy guitar riffs, filigree solos, catchy choruses and bombastic vocal arrangements. Mark Boals hasn't been heard in such a melodic context for a long time and those who know him mainly from neoclassical bands and projects will be very positively surprised by the incredibly catchy hooklines and choruses that he conjures out of the hat with Atlantis Drive. In terms of content, the lyrics, which are really worth listening to, cover a wide range of topics, ranging from nostalgic retrospectives ("Way Back When"), belief in oneself ("Faith"), one's own finiteness ("Time", "Curtain Falls") and betrayal ("Medusa Smile") to the missing of our musical heroes in the eight-and-a-half-minute final epic "Heroes".Artist Origin: GermanyTracklist: 1. Way Back When, 2. Medusa Smile, 3. Living For The Moment, 4. Brand New Start, 5. United, 6. Curtain Falls, 7. Faith, 8. Time, 9. Farewell To A Friend, 10. Heroes
Behind the new multinational band Atlantis Drive is the German guitarist Markus Pfeffer (Barnabas Sky, Lazarus Dream). With the aim of celebrating and reviving the melodic rock sound of the 80s, he embarks on a musical journey together with vocal legend Mark Boals (Ring Of Fire, Shining Black, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force), French keyboardist Jorris Guilbaud (Devoid, Heart Line) and drummer Markus Kullmann (Glenn Hughes, Sinner, Voodoo Circle). Beyond short-lived trends, Atlantis Drive stylistically celebrates the spirit of the 80s with thick keyboards full of hooklines, groovy guitar riffs, filigree solos, catchy choruses and bombastic vocal arrangements. Mark Boals hasn't been heard in such a melodic context for a long time and those who know him mainly from neoclassical bands and projects will be very positively surprised by the incredibly catchy hooklines and choruses that he conjures out of the hat with Atlantis Drive. In terms of content, the lyrics, which are really worth listening to, cover a wide range of topics, ranging from nostalgic retrospectives ("Way Back When"), belief in oneself ("Faith"), one's own finiteness ("Time", "Curtain Falls") and betrayal ("Medusa Smile") to the missing of our musical heroes in the eight-and-a-half-minute final epic "Heroes".Artist Origin: GermanyTracklist: 1. Way Back When, 2. Medusa Smile, 3. Living For The Moment, 4. Brand New Start, 5. United, 6. Curtain Falls, 7. Faith, 8. Time, 9. Farewell To A Friend, 10. Heroes
4260432913880
Atlantis Drive - Atlantis Drive

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Format: CD
Label: PRIDE & JOY
Rel. Date: 07/12/2024
UPC: 4260432913880

Atlantis Drive
Artist: Atlantis Drive
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Way Back When
2. Medusa Smile
3. Living for the Moment
4. Brand New Start
5. United
6. Curtain Falls
7. Faith
8. Time
9. Farewell to a Friend
10. Heroes

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Behind the new multinational band Atlantis Drive is the German guitarist Markus Pfeffer (Barnabas Sky, Lazarus Dream). With the aim of celebrating and reviving the melodic rock sound of the 80s, he embarks on a musical journey together with vocal legend Mark Boals (Ring Of Fire, Shining Black, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force), French keyboardist Jorris Guilbaud (Devoid, Heart Line) and drummer Markus Kullmann (Glenn Hughes, Sinner, Voodoo Circle). Beyond short-lived trends, Atlantis Drive stylistically celebrates the spirit of the 80s with thick keyboards full of hooklines, groovy guitar riffs, filigree solos, catchy choruses and bombastic vocal arrangements. Mark Boals hasn't been heard in such a melodic context for a long time and those who know him mainly from neoclassical bands and projects will be very positively surprised by the incredibly catchy hooklines and choruses that he conjures out of the hat with Atlantis Drive. In terms of content, the lyrics, which are really worth listening to, cover a wide range of topics, ranging from nostalgic retrospectives ("Way Back When"), belief in oneself ("Faith"), one's own finiteness ("Time", "Curtain Falls") and betrayal ("Medusa Smile") to the missing of our musical heroes in the eight-and-a-half-minute final epic "Heroes".Artist Origin: GermanyTracklist: 1. Way Back When, 2. Medusa Smile, 3. Living For The Moment, 4. Brand New Start, 5. United, 6. Curtain Falls, 7. Faith, 8. Time, 9. Farewell To A Friend, 10. Heroes
        
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