AFTERSHOK: Classic Metal Delivered 'Bigger And Better'
AFTERSHOK, the classic hard rock/metal band fronted by SHOK PARIS lead vocalist Vic Hix, have just released their long-awaited follow-up to 2002's "Unfinished Business", entitled "Burning Chrome".
"Burning Chrome", available on Auburn Records, was recorded over a period extending from late 2003 through summer 2004, and features AFTERSHOK's established classic metal sound along with a few surprises.
"We were very pleased with 'Unfinished Business', but we wanted to make sure we continued to grow," stated guitarist George Mihalovich. "We took our time and a few chances with 'Burning Chrome', and I think it shows. There is definitely a strong continuity with what we established on our first disc, but with some expanded textures." Added Hix, "It's what we're all about, classic metal; just bigger and better this time around."
"Burning Chrome" (view cover here) track listing:
01. Sons of Thunder
02. Burning Chrome
03. Against The Rage
04. Dream Maker
05. Livin' On The Redline
06. When Comes The Rain
08. Do You Believe?
09. Bombs Away!
10. The Gathering
11. Edge of Tomorrow
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