SUNSTORM ANNOUNCE NEW LIVE RELEASE
"STILL ROARING: THE STUDIO SESSION" OUT OCTOBER 21, 2022
VIDEO PERFORMANCE OF 'NEVER GIVE UP' OUT TODAY
On the heels of their newest studio album, "Brothers In Arms", Sunstorm have announced a special new live release, "Still Roaring: The Studio Session" will be out October 21, 2022. Recorded when they gathered to film music videos for the aforementioned new studio album, the band took advantage of the time together to record a live session in the studio. "Still Roaring: The Studio Session" sees the band performing songs from the band's two most recent releases as well as previous ones.
For a preview of the the release, please enjoy this live version of 'Never Give Up' HERE: https://youtu.be/zXIxEn9I4BY
Stream 'Never Give Up' (live) and pre-save 'Still Roaring' on digital music platforms HERE: https://orcd.co/stillroaring
New lead vocalist Ronnie Romero's (Michael Schenker, Lords of Black) debut album with Sunstorm, “Afterlife” was released in early 2021 and showcased a rejuvenation of Sunstorm's previous musical formula, mixing Melodic Rock/AOR with more '70s oriented hard rock, ala Rainbow (for which Romero performed as singer). That recipe was perfected on the follow-up "Brothers In Arms" with new guitarist Luca Princiotta (Doro, Blaze) joining the lineup of Romero, bassist Nik Mazzucconi, drummer Michele Sanna, and keyboardist Alessandro Del Vecchio.
Prior to the writing and recording of 2021's "AfterLife", in discussions with producer and songwriter Alessandro Del Vecchio it was decided that moving the musical style of the next Sunstorm album to the more melodic AOR sound of the early records was what everyone wanted. Romero, with his powerful vocal style, was the ideal fit to deliver the goods for the music. "Afterlife", the then new Sunstorm album, caught many in the melodic rock fanbase by surprise as it, for obvious reasons, arrived with a lot of history and expectations. But for his first foray into melodic hard rock territory, Romero delivered outstanding results on “Afterlife”. The following album, "Brothers In Arms" delivered a real treat for melodic rock fans with elements of the more melodic sound of Rainbow and Deep Purple mixed with the sound of Foreigner and Classic Melodic Rock.
The rejuvenation of Sunstorm continues unabated!