SOLAR PARALLAX, the new Polish project led by guitarist/composer Michael Gapys, has posted some of its first recordings on the band's MySpace page.
According to a press release, SOLAR PARALLAX's sound is "a mixture of melodic vocals, big choruses, heavy riffs and pumping drums."
SOLAR PARALLAX is:
Michael Gapys - Guitar, Bass, Keys, Vocals
Maciek Gapys - Vocals
Natalia Czerwinska - Vocals
Wojtek Skoraczewski - Drums
Kacper Kosinski - Drums
Michael Gapys is known for his work as a guitarist and composer. He has worked with many renowned artists such as Chris Catena, Uriah Duffy (WHITESNAKE), Earl Slick (DAVID BOWIE), Carmine Appice, Bruce Kulick (KISS), Blues Saraceno (POISON), James Christian (HOUSE OF LORDS), Michael von Knorring (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Gerald Kloos (EMPIRE), Tommy Denander and others. During his musical journey, he recorded several albums with various artists and bands. He also works as an arranger and producer.
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