GAIA EPICUS Mainman To Release Solo Debut In October

GAIA EPICUS mainman Thomas C. Hansen will release his debut solo album, "Like a Shadows", on October 12 via Epicus Records. According to a press release, the CD contains 11 tracks, eight of which are instrumentals. All instruments on the album are played by Thomas except a few small guest parts with trumpets, flute and female vocals. The music is described as "melodic hard rock/metal with some progressive elements."

"Like a Shadow" (cover artwork) track listing:

01. Like a Shadow
02. The Weird Feeling
03. Addicted to Speed
04. Sunset Dreams
05. Dancing Shadows
06. Behind the Crystal Sky
07. Inner Chaotic Stress and Turbulence
08. Tempus Fugit
09. Unleash the Chaos
10. Live and Learn
11. Tears of Sorrow

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