STARBREAKER, the venture that includes former TNT frontman Tony Harnell and PRIMAL FEAR guitarist Magnus Karlsson, will launch its third album on January 25, 2019 through Frontiers Music Srl.
Harnell advised “The Jim Chinnici Show” in regards to the new disc (hear audio under): “STARBREAKER has been completed. I am so happy with it. It was a really deep and troublesome album to do, if not for every other motive aside from life was taking place on the identical time and there have been quite a lot of issues happening there. But I am so happy with it.”
According to Tony, the primary single from the upcoming STARBREAKER disc can be launched on October 19. The music in query “just isn’t actually indicative of the entire album; it is in all probability essentially the most metallic of any music on the document,” he stated. As for the remainder of the LP, it “type of goes off into this stunning textural laborious rock-slash-metal-slash… no matter [territory],” he stated. “It’s a extremely cool, cool album. It’s very emotional and melodic, and musically, Magnus, the guitar participant, is unbelievable.”
Joining Karlsson and Harnell on the brand new STARBREAKER album is bassist Jonni Lightfoot, who beforehand performed on 2008’s “Love’s Dying Wish”.
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STARBREAKER began as Harnell‘s aspect venture whereas he was nonetheless in TNT. He was initially engaged on a solo document, however with Karlsson, former TNT drummer John Macaluso, and bassist Fabrizio Grossi, they shaped STARBREAKER.
STARBREAKER recorded its first self-titled studio album in 2005. After the CD’s launch, Harnell went again to being the lead vocalist of TNT, however left the band in April 2006 to spend some extra time together with his household. In late 2007, with STARBREAKER as his predominant musical venture, he flew to Sweden to write down the majority of the songs for the brand new album with Karlsson, and began recording the brand new songs on the finish of that 12 months. The group’s second album, “Love’s Dying Wish”, and was launched in August 2008. It featured Lightfoot, who changed Grossi, and was produced by Harnell and Karlsson, with Tommy Hansen (TNT, PRETTY MAIDS, HELLOWEEN) serving because the CD’s mixer.
Harnell advised “The Jim Chinnici Show” that he “simply completed one other venture for Frontiers” for a 2019 launch and he revealed that he’s “in talks” with the Italian label about his first solo album, which he says he is “been desirous to do for the reason that starting of time.”
Photo courtesy of Tony Harnell‘s Facebook web page