STARBREAKER: Audio Samples Of TONY HARNELL's New Band Posted Online
MelodicRock.com has uploaded 90-second samples of three cuts from the forthcoming debut album from STARBREAKER, the new project featuring TNT frontman Tony Harnell. Check out the songs "Die For You", "Break My Bones" and "Transparent" at this location.
Joining Harnell in the group's lineup is Magnus Karlsson, the Swedish guitar master who revealed himself on three LAST TRIBE studio albums and most recently penning the songs and performing on the massive LANDE/ALLEN studio project to be released later in 2005 on Frontiers Records. Also in the band is bassist Fabrizio Grossi, who is described in a press release as "one of the busiest producers in the rock world." He has recently worked with the likes of Glenn Hughes/Chad Smith and Dave Navarro, HOUSE OF LORDS, Slash, Ice T/BODY COUNT, George Clinton /P-FUNK and played bass with a countless number of artists spanning from Steve Vai to Nina Hagen.
STARBREAKER's self-titled debut album is scheduled for release on March 21 via Frontiers Records (with a Japanese release on King Records).
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