Frontiers Records is pleased to announce all the details surrounding the highly anticipated come back studio album from WHITE LION entitled “Return of The Pride”.All the trademarks of the White Lion classic sound can be found again in the new album which offers a musical variety that covers the entire musical spectrum the band is well know for. “Return Of The Pride” kicks off with “Sangre de Cristo”, a thunderous epic that ventures into lyrical and musical territories best heard, than described. “Battle At Little Big Horn” is the album’s other soaring epic, a musical re-enactment of one of Native America’s most significant historical event’s: Custer’s Last Stand. Hook laden rockers such as “Dream”, “Live Your Life” and “Finally See The Light” maintain a positive musical and lyrical vibe throughout the album, whereas “Gonna Do It My Way” and “Let Me Be Me” are the modern day “Living On The Edge” songs of rebellion.
“Return of The Pride” will include the following songs:
Sangre de Cristo; Dream; Live Your Life; Set Me Free; I Will; Battle at Little Big Horn; Never Let You Go; Gonna Do It My Way; Finally See The Light; Let Me Be Me; Take Me Home (European Bonus Track).
Click on the highlighted songs to preview the new tracks!
The album was produced by singer Mike Tramp and bassist Claus Langeskov and recorded during 2007 in both Australia and Copenhagen, Denmark, in between touring commitments.
White Lion is set to appear live in the summer 2008 with the plan to storm the European audiences. Get ready for the “Return of the Pride” to be released on Frontiers Records on March 14 with a release in Japan scheduled on King Records.
If the three tracks on the Human Animal EP is any indication of the kind of tunes that Odin has in store for us in 2008, sign me up now.
Jeff Duncan’s guitar work on this record is very similar to his heavy licks on the Armored Saint records on which he appeared.
Randy “O” has a one of a kind, earth-shattering scream that is extremely cool.
As a whole, Odin has a heavy sound that falls somewhere between Dokken and DIO. It is a great metal sound that I can really get into. My only problem with this EP, like so many of them is, it is too short. The three songs on this disc, only left me wanting to hear more.
Once this CD starts to circulate, fans will be demanding more Odin, without a doubt.
You can get your own copy of this EP through Odin’s website.
Rating: Out of 10
1. Human Animal
3. Let The Show Begin
Randy “O” -Vocals
Shawn Duncan – Drums
Jeff Duncan – Guitar
Aaron Samson – Bass