SOUL SIGN, consisting of Bjrn Engln (Yngwie Malmsteen, Tony MacAlpine) on bass, Michael Olivieri (LEATHERWOLF) on vocals, Mike Taylor (Robin McAuley) on drums and Rob Math on guitar, released its long-awaited album, "Life In The Dark", on August 3 via iTunes. A physical release is scheduled for October 1 through Grand Mercy Records.
The press has described the LP as "song-oriented, melodic modern and classic rock and metal with heavy grooves and strong, harmonized choruses," while the band prefers to call it "heavy, melodic music that will touch your soul!"
According to the band's official bio, "SOUL SIGN was founded with the intention to deliver honest, original, strong modern rock through world-class musicianship. All of the members are the most extraordinaire musicians and personalities, who have had their craft perfected through many years of extensive worldwide touring and recording."
"Life In The Dark" track listing:
01. I'm Bleeding 02. Breaking Down Ourselves 03. Sign Of Your Soul 04. Between The Lines (N379N3) 05. Out Of Obsession 06. You (Control) 07. In Pain 08. Life 09. Human Evil 10. Dream 11. In the Presence of You
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