The new lineup of the melodic hard rock group FAITHSEDGE, which features singer/songwriter Giancarlo Floridia, MR. BIG/ACE FREHLEY drummer Matt Starr, ex-STRYPER bassist Timothy Gaines and former DOKKEN guitarist Alex De Rosso, will release its new album, "Bleed For Passion", on July 26 via Scarlet Records (Spiritual Beast in Japan).
Produced, mixed and mastered by De Rosso, "Bleed For Passion" takes the listener back to the days of big guitars and powerful melodic vocal lines of the '80s and early '90s, but keeping an up to date view on the lyrics and subject matter.
The official lyric video for the album's first single, "Angelic", can be seen below.
"Bleed For Passion" track listing:
01. Back From This 02. Angelic 03. Acceptance 04. Through The Scars 05. I Know I Need To Let You Go 06. Girl When 07. Sky 08. I've Changed 09. Bleeding With The Memories 10. Reflecting A Voice
The cover artwork was made by Federico Mondelli.
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