Czech Heavy Metal blacksmiths SEVEN offer a free download track of their upcoming album “Freedom Call”.
“Get It” can be downloaded from now on as a pretaste of the new masterstroke created by the Eastern European quartet at: http://bit.ly/nbseven
What started out as a fully instrumental project by ambitious guitar picker Honza Kirk Běhunek in the mid-90s has now grown into a paramount example of modern, both melodic and tough Heavy Metal. With Lukáš Písařík they’ve found a frontman with a voice as suitable as could be for SEVEN. The band’s founder Kirk remembers the discovery of their new singer enthusiastically: “Lukáš entered the room for audition and from the very first moment on I knew that he was the right one for us – he who we’ve always been searching for!“
Convince yourselves – today by the downloadable sample and from September 2nd on by the album, when it’ll be brought into stores via Nuclear Blast!
YES FINDS SUCCESS ON THE CHARTS WITH FIRST ALBUM IN 10 YEARS WITH TOP 40 DEBUT
Fly From Here Soars to #9 on Rock Charts
and Lands at #35 on Top 200 Current Chart
Legendary progressive rockers, YES, have released their first album in ten years, Fly From Here.The album bows at #9 on the Billboard Rock album chart and #35 on the Billboard Top 200 Current Album chart, respectively. Released on July 12th through Frontiers Records in the USA, the long-awaited 20th studio album is the follow-up to 2001’s Magnification and marks the band’s return to working with legendary producer, Trevor Horn. Horn was at the production helm for the band’s chart-topping album, 90125 and also sang for YES on the Drama album in 1980. Critics are already crediting the ground-breaking band for releasing their “best work since the ‘70s” (Paste) and their “ability to still craft a richly appealing soundscape” (The Republican).
YES also recently released the music video forfirst single “We Can Fly”. The video was directed by award-winning filmmaker Ken Horn (BAFTA- andEmmy-Award winner for the BBC series “The Street”) and features a guest appearance by Trevor Horn. The video builds upon the existential aeronautic theme developed in the song’s lyrics. You can watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKJwXLCnBKs.
The band recently kicked off their summer tour on July 4th in Philadelphia. In support of Fly From Here, YES will be performing new music as well as hits from their hugely successful and indelible catalogue of music. The 22-city tour ends August 3rd in Mountain View, CA.
YES is Benoit David on vocals (his first studio recording with YES), Steve Howe on guitars/vocals, founder Chris Squire on bass/vocals, Geoff Downes on keyboards and Alan White on drums. First formed in 1968, YES’ remarkable career spans over 40 years and the band has time and again redefined the boundaries of rock music. YES has sold nearly 50 million albums worldwide and continues to stretch the boundaries of progressive art-rock with their symphonic use of sound and innovative musical styles.
For more official YES news and information, go to http://www.yesworld.com.
The YES EPK discussing Fly From Here can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR-DKEcDtt8.