Monday, 6 April 2015

THE ATKINS MAY PROJECT Releases New Anthology with Bonus Track

THE ATKINS MAY PROJECT Releases New Anthology with Bonus TrackThe Atkins May Project, featuring original Judas Priest vocalistAl Atkins and guitar virtuoso Paul May return with this superb compilation.
For the last four years the rock world has been buzzing about former Judas Priest vocal legend and Holy Rage heavy metal frontman Al Atkins and Christian guitarist and music artistPaul May's new music. Together they have created three excellent records available on Gonzo Multimedia. There are enough doses of melody and metal madness to entice all fans of the genre, and while it is solid, honest, working-class heavy metal, it also has its roots in contemporary metal with some fine axe-work and killer choruses.
This marriage of Metal Mayhem has earned them stunning reviews from the worlds' press and has seen them gain a steady momentum of fans globally since their initial release back in 2011. After the worldwide success of "Serpents Kiss", "Valley Of Shadows" and "Empire Of Destruction" once again coming straight from the "Home of Metal," out of the heart of the UK's "Black Country", Atkins May Project return with "Anthology" (volume 1). This collection of Classic Rock and British Metal is an essential addition to all who love this genre that's no afraid to merge metal moments with progressive thought.
Al Atkins is known for being founder member and original vocalist with Judas Priest, notably writing such classics as "Victim Of Changes" & "Never Satisfied", which the band still perform to this day. This laid the foundations for Priest to go on to sell over 40 millions albums! In 2010, Al teamed up once again with longtime friend, guitar virtuoso and producer Paul May to form AMP and record their critically acclaimed debut album "Serpents Kiss"
CD - £9.99

Empire of Destruction
CD/DVD - £9.99

Valley of Shadows/The Serpents Kiss
2CD - £9.99

Valley of Shadows
CD - £9.99

The Serpents Kiss
CD - £9.99

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