VOX TEMPUS To Release Debut Album This Month
Progressive rock/metal band VOX TEMPUS have inked a deal with Progman Records for the U.S release of their debut album, "In the Eye of Time". The CD will be available exclusively at this month's ProgPower Festival in Atlanta (where the band is also featured on the festival CD sampler), followed by a formal U.S. release on September 21. Overseas distribution is currently being worked out.
The members of VOX TEMPUS came together in January of 1997, as members of the progressive rock band EQUINOX. The group was in the midst of promoting their successful worldwide JVC debut, "Color of the Time", which had reached the Top 20 in Europe and Japan. Work began on a more guitar-oriented follow-up release, with Erik Norlander behind the console. The lineup splintered during these sessions, and the band brought in Gregg Bissonette (DAVID LEE ROTH, JOE SATRIANI) to re-record the album with three new tracks. The first of these new songs, "For Every Life", was written in part for their deceased friend, GREAT WHITE guitarist Ty Longley. With guitarist Ray Mantor in the producer's seat, the band was reborn as VOX TEMPUS.
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