- We Were Fire
- One Wish
- Slowly Fade Away
- After the Rain
- Out of Time
- Butterflies in Dawn
- Rise Up
- I’ll Never Let You Go
- On the Run
- Why Don’t You Know
- This Lonely Ark
On September 20, 2019, MajorVoice finally released his long-awaited 2nd album "This Lonely Ark", which, compared to the previous cover album, now only features pieces by the exceptional artist. The powerful bass then processes monumental hymns, soulful ballads and a message that we should all deal with.
The opener "We Were Fire" is already catchy and invites you to sing along. The subtle xylophone sounds in the chorus are a successful surprise and give the track that certain something. Otherwise the piece is a solid symphonic rock number that makes you want more. "Slowly Fade Away" turns out to be a true power hymn, in which MajorVoice proves all his skills. The sympathetic opera bass fervently belts out the sing-along chorus and so skillfully settles in the audience's ear canals. Attention! Addictive! "Bleed" is a wonderful duet with the newcomer singer Celine. Her powerful, melodic voice complements MajorVoice ‘warm timbre perfectly. The song is a heartbreak ballad from the picture book of life. Have handkerchiefs ready! "Butterflies in Dawn" is a lot more rock, almost metallic. The epic song captivates with finely draped orchestral arrangements, which are garnished with driving electric guitars and a jagged tempo. "I'll Never Let You Go" is another romantic ballad about the pain of separation. With feeling and passion, MajorVoice promises his beloved one in the song that he will never let her go completely because she will be in his heart forever. The highlighted strings in the chorus reinforce the "Hach ..." effect. The crowning glory is the title track "This Lonely Ark". Here, too, MajorVoice shows how variable his voice is and that classical singing is anything but old-fashioned or boring - on the contrary.
The album is a great symbiosis of classical music and modern rock sounds, which is a must for every symphonic rock lover.
Genre: Symphonic Rock
For fans of: Nightwish, Kamelot, Leaves‘ Eyes, Elfenthal
Available as: CD, limited fanbox, download, stream
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