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Friday, 22 May 2015

Atkins May Project: Polish review (translated)


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Atkins May Project - Anthology (2015 Gonzo Multimedia)

03 05 . 2015  |  12:28
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Music created by the room design is nothing but a smooth combination of classic rock, hard rock and heavy metal. Heavy riffs are interspersed with melodic solos. The sharp sound sometimes meets with blues licks. Strong sounds coming from the guitar Paula Mayaact like a chainsaw. Slow metal cylinder engine similar, though more than once surprisingly accelerates. Gravelly vocals Al Atkinscombined with contemporary sound is designed to hit a nerve with young and old fans, but I think the music will go to anyone who likes guitar sound without unnecessary fireworks. As a bonus, we get a previously unreleased song by Phil Collins Fri. "In the Air Tonight", a DVD containing music videos, an interview with the two artists and an interview with the author graphic design - Rodney Matthews .


CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AT GONZO:


Anthology
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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