Taken from 2003 compilation 'Hit'. The title track (featured in the computer game Myst) is backed with one non-LP track 'Darkness' (remixed by Engelspost)…
The second full-length album by American Hard Rock band. Formed by guitarist Doug Aldrich and vocalist Keith St John back in 1998, Burning Rain recorded two well-received albums – their self-titled debut and "Pleasure To Burn" – before the six-string slinger left to team up (albeit briefly) with the late, great Ronnie James Dio, while the vocalist pitched his tent in Ronnie Montrose’s camp.
When the Norwegian progressive metal band Conception announced disbandment during the late 90s, the guitarist and founder member Tore Østby continue his career with the band Ark. Their second album called "Burn the Sun" is their best work to date and yet one of the most overlooked progressive metal albums, featuring the incredible and breathtaking voice of Jørn Lande. + one Japanese edition bonus track.
When the Norwegian progressive metal band Conception announced disbandment during the late 90s, the guitarist and founder member Tore Østby continue his career with the band Ark. Their second album called "Burn the Sun" is their best work to date and yet one of the most overlooked progressive metal albums, featuring the incredible and breathtaking voice of Jørn Lande.
This is the fantastic debut album from Blackburn’s finest ‘The Burn’. The first track ‘Calling all’ is a rallying cry that really jumps out at you and shows just how enthusiastic and hungry these lads are. Fight the Fire is pretty much in the same vein with the same band of acoustic/electric guitars all battling for a piece of the action…
"Perpetual Burn" is the first studio album by the guitarist Jason Becker, released in 1988 through Shrapnel Records (United States) and Roadrunner Records (Europe). Jason Becker's solo album set new standards in progressive music. It embodies brilliant compositions featuring highly structured and complex guitar lines. This record paints a clear picture as to why Jason succeeded Van Halen and Steve Vai in David Lee Roth's organization.
It took the Dead Weather two years to make and release Dodge and Burn, with the bandmembers recording whenever they had time to play together and issuing several songs as singles through Third Man's subscription service, The Vault. Despite these fragmented origins, this is the Dead Weather's most satisfying and engaging album, with everything that was good about their previous music getting a shot of adrenaline. The charged opening track, "I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)," is the first sign that things are a little different this time, with the spare swagger of '70s metal and boogie rock providing a platform for some of Dean Fertita's most unhinged guitar playing and some of Alison Mosshart's wildest vocals.
Melodic Hard Rock project founded in 1995 by ex-Bonfire, Pretty Maids and Sinner guitarist Angel Schleifer and ex-Mad Max and Casanova vocalist Michael Voss, the two having met on Bonfire's 'Point Blank' tour. Both bassist Jochen Mayer and keyboard player Axel Urban are also ex-Casanova. Drummer Frank Kraus was previously with Letter X. The debut album opened up with a spirited cover of DEEP PURPLE's classic 'Burn'. Live work to support the record would see the introduction of Casanova bassist Jochen Mayer.