Former vocalist of Accept, Bangalore Choir, Gypsy Rose, Tango Down, Sainted Sinners and Bonfire
David Reece (former vocalist of Accept, Bangalore Choir, Gypsy Rose, Tango Down, Sainted Sinners and Bonfire) has posted the cover and tracklisting for his new solo album ‘Baptized By Fire‘, which is out on March 1st via El Puerto Records, followed by an extensive tour through North America and Europe. The exact dates will be released gradually.
1. Enemy Is Me 2. We’ve Lost The Fight 3. Wrong Move 4. Payback’s A Bitch 5. No Rest For The Wicked 6. Twilight of the Gods 7. Seasons of A Man 8. Closer To God 9. Archbishop Of Anarchy 10. My Heart Burns 11. Acceptance of Denial 12. Tomorrow Don’t Matter Today
David Reece says: “The title choice of Baptized By Fire was suggested by a friend in America as we talk about the ongoing efforts in working on new music and the trials that always go along while creating the music, creating a visual to also flow with the music. I have branded David Reece with the Chief and felt the Chief should evolve like each new album I release so working with Ritchie Newton we agreed to give the Chief a new more aggressive look that also goes along with the sound and vibe of this record. I am very excited to share this album through El Puerto Records because it’s a natural progression in this journey.”
David Reece – Vocals (Accept, Bangalore Choir, Gypsy Rose, Tango Down, Sainted Sinners and Bonfire) Riccardo Demarosi – Bass Niccolò Savinelli – Guitars Giovanni Savinelli – Drums
Confirmed tour dates:
March 1 – Route 47 – Fridley, MN 2 – St. Croix Casino – Turtle Lake, WI
April 11 – Karosserifabrikken – Helsingor, Denmark 12 – Backstage Rock Bar – Trollhattan, Sweden 13 – Metal Fest – Husqvarna, Sweden (with Blaze Bailey)
Not much more needs to be said about David Reece. Since the late 80s, his charismatic voice has enhanced successful albums by ACCEPT, Bangalore Choir, Bonfire and the Sainted Sinners, among others. In addition to this, however, he also continued to focus on his solo career.
As the cover and title “Baptized by Fire” already suggest, his latest album is significantly “heavier” than its two predecessors. Twelve new songs full of power, mature and varied. One reason for this is certainly his new band line-up. In his adopted home of Italy, he found three highly talented, creative collaborators with whom he was able to work on the songs around the clock. A paradise for a “thoroughbred” musician like Reece.
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