Barnabas Sky - What Comes To Light | RECORD STORE DAY

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What Comes To Light
Artist: Barnabas Sky
Format: CD


Label: Pride & Joy
Rel. Date: 02/10/2023
UPC: 4260432913309

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1. What Comes to Light
2. We Are Electric
3. Till My Dying Days
4. Circus of Delight
5. Take a Ride
6. A Dying Song
7. Isolation
8. Grant Me a Wish from Heaven
9. One or the Other
10. Seven Wonders
11. No Tomorrow

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Second album of the Hard Rock all-star project Barnabas Sky led by German guitarist and songwriter Markus Pfeffer (Lazarus Dream/Winterland). Stylistically, the project of the multi-instrumentalist from Kaiserslautern combines groovy guitar riffs, catchy choruses, distinctive voices of several singers with an international reputation, spherical synth sounds and filigree solos to a timeless rock melange away from short-lived trends. Tyketto's Danny Vaughn and Silent Rage's Jesse Damon are back on board, with the former captivating with energetic-melodic vocals on the title song and the latter being supported by choirs by AOR legend Paul Sabu on the elegiac catchy tune "Grant Me A Wish From Heaven". For the first time, Doogie White (Rainbow, Alcatraz, Rising Force etc.) are part of the classic rock steam hammer "Circus Of Delight" and Dan Reed (Dan Reed Network) with the synth-hooked "Take A Ride". Also included are Roy Cathey (Cold Sweat, The Fifth), Dirk Kennedy (Hittman), Carsten "Lizard" Schulz (Domain, Evidence One), Lee Small (Lionheart, Phenomena) and metal legend Alan Tecchio (Watchtower). In addition, the 30-year-old exceptional talent Deibys Artigas Venegas (Preincanation) from Venezuela is at the start as an insider tip. The impressive cover design is by Stan W. Decker (Powerwolf, Megadeth etc.) and the mastering by Rolf Munkes and his Empire Studios.