Work Of Art

Fri
09
Dec

ENBOUND - The Blackened Heart (Showcase)

Artist: 
The Blackened Heart
Produced By: 
Enbound
Running Time: 
40
Release Date: 
2016
Released: 
Europe
Genre: 
Melodic Metal

While fans wait for a new Work Of Art album; here's something very cool to check out - this is a great album!
 
The Swedish melodic metal band ENBOUND just released their new album "The Blackened Heart" in Europe and North America through Inner Wound Recordings and in Japan through Bickee Music.

The song "Get Ready For" can be streamed at YouTube:

 

ENBOUND is:
Lee Hunter [Lars Säfsund - Work of Art] - Vocals
Swede - Bass
Marvin Flowberg - Guitars
Mike Cameron Force [ex. Zonata] - Drums

"The Blackened Heart" contains a nice mix of heavy and up tempo songs, all with their own strong and grasping melodies. Enbound prove with "The Blackened Heart" that they can handle any angle of melodic metal. Like on their debut album, the characteristic powerful arrangements remain with the fantastic and emotional vocals from Lee Hunter on top.

The album was mastered by Jacob Hansen [Amaranthe, Volbeat, Primal Fear] and guests on the album includes Linnéa Wikström [Kamelot, Therion] and Mike LePond [Symphony X].

Link to the music video for "Give Me Light": https://youtu.be/lySYCcIDc5E

ENBOUND online
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/enbound

Inner Wound Recordings online
Website: http://www.innerwound.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/innerwoundrecordings

 
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Fri
25
Nov

ENBOUND Release Debut Album 'The Blackened Heart' Out Now

Artist: 

While fans wait for a new Work Of Art album; here's something very cool to check out - this is a great album!
 
The Swedish melodic metal band ENBOUND just released their new album "The Blackened Heart" in Europe and North America through Inner Wound Recordings and in Japan through Bickee Music.

The song "Get Ready For" can be streamed at YouTube:

 

ENBOUND is:
Lee Hunter [Lars Säfsund - Work of Art] - Vocals
Swede - Bass
Marvin Flowberg - Guitars
Mike Cameron Force [ex. Zonata] - Drums

"The Blackened Heart" contains a nice mix of heavy and up tempo songs, all with their own strong and grasping melodies. Enbound prove with "The Blackened Heart" that they can handle any angle of melodic metal. Like on their debut album, the characteristic powerful arrangements remain with the fantastic and emotional vocals from Lee Hunter on top.

The album was mastered by Jacob Hansen [Amaranthe, Volbeat, Primal Fear] and guests on the album includes Linnéa Wikström [Kamelot, Therion] and Mike LePond [Symphony X].

Link to the music video for "Give Me Light": https://youtu.be/lySYCcIDc5E

"The Blackened Heart" track listing
01. Falling
02. Give Me Light
03. Crossroad
04. Get Ready For
05. Feel My Flame
06. Twelve
07. Holy Grail
08. HIO
09. They Don't Really Know
10. Make You So Unreal

ENBOUND online
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/enbound

Inner Wound Recordings online
Website: http://www.innerwound.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/innerwoundrecordings

 
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Mon
06
Jul
 
Tue
20
Jan

One On One With Mitch Lafon - WORK OF ART

Artist: 

http://www.spreaker.com/user/talkingmetal/oneononeeps085

On this episode of One On One With Mitch Lafon: interviews with Robert Säll and Herman Furin of Swedish band Work Of Art as well as the brother of KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer, John Thayer. John discusses his latest album (the Laurel Street EP), talks about his music, speaks with pride about his brother Tommy and addresses the issue of the 'Spaceman' makeup. The members of WORK OF ART discuss their career up to now, the brilliant new album FRAMEWORK, Robert talks about his side-project W.E.T. with Eclipse's Erik Mårtensson and singer Jeff Scott Soto. Russ Dwarf of the Killer Dwarfs co-hosts.

For more about WORK OF ART visit: http://www.woa.se ; and http://www.facebook.com/musicofworkofart

Find JOHN THAYER visit :http://www.facebook.com/johnthayermusic ;and http://www.johnthayermusic.com

Follow WORK OF ART on Twitter: @WOAmusic

Follow JOHN THAYER on Twitter: @johnthayermusic

Follow RUSS DWARF on TWITTER: @RussDWaRf and his band the KILLER DWARFS: @KillerDwarfs

Follow Mitch Lafon on Twitter: @mitchlafon

One on One With Mitch Lafon's Official Twitter is: @1On1WithMitch
And Official Facebook page is: http://www.facebook.com/OneOnOneMitchLafon

Listen and subscribe to the One On One With Mitch Lafon Podcast on:

iHeartRadio: http://www.iheart.com/show/53-One-On-One-with-Mitch-Lafon/

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/one-on-one-with-mitch-lafon/id851055518?mt=2

Spreaker: http://www.spreaker.com/show/one-on-one-with-mitch-lafon-episode-2

TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/One-On-One-with-Mitch-Lafon-p644313/

Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/talking-metal/one-on-one-with-mitch-lafon

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Sun
28
Sep

Vasby Rock Fest 2015: MAGNUM, HEAVEN & EARTH, WORK OF ART

 
The organisation for Väsby Rock Festival would like to inform that the third Väsby Rock Festival will take place in Upplands Väsby, Sweden in 17-18/7 2015!
The festival will once again be over two days and the location will be at the Vilunda-Parken in Upplands Väsby.
 
Tickets will be sold at Tickster.se with several tickets-choices such as limited VIP-tickets, regular 2-day tickets and reduced limited “Early bird”-tickets.
This year the camping area will be located next to the festival area and will have space for tents, motorhomes and regular trailers.
 
In total 22 bands vill share the two stages at VRF 2015 and today we are proud to present the first seven:
 
- England: Magnum
- USA: Heaven & Earth
- Sweden: Work Of Art
- England: Eden's Curse
- Sweden: Astral Doors
- Sweden : Adrenaline Rush
- USA: Madmans Lullaby
 
All additional info will be provided at our new homepage www.vasbyrockfestival.se
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Tue
23
Sep

MELODICROCKFEST 4 - Start & Set Times Updated - Mecca Withdraw

Here are all the set times for MelodicRockFest 4 - now just UNDER TWO WEEKS AWAY!!!
 
Tickets avalable now for just $20/day - www.melodicrockfest.com
Tickets purchased now will be held at the venue for collection or buy at the door on the days.
 
There has unfortunately been one last forced change to the lineup, with Mecca & Kevin Chalfant forced to withdraw.
 
After a long series of conversations with my great buddy, Mecca's Joe Vana, he confirms the news: 
Joe: "After my surgery three weeks ago I noticed the horse voice I had was not getting better....after consulting two different specialist they determined this can be normal when intubated...and could do long term damage to my chords if I push it too early...so after discussing it intently with Andrew we decided it was best if I cancel our appearance at MRF4....

I have been heavily involved with Andrew on a bunch of different fronts helping him prepare for MRF4, and will continue....I just unfortunately cannot perform...my one gig a year and I can't do it....not happy and disappointed doesn't even do justice to how I feel...."

Mecca in my mind is irreplaceable but after careful consideration, there is one young hot band that can at least step in at the last minute and I think very much impress folks.
That band is Eighty Six Happiness - featuring Joey Vana, son of Joe and part of MRF3's Mecca lineup.
These guys are going to join the Melodicrock Records family, and I believe in their material and ability 100%, so please show them some love.

The Saturday lineup will be tweaked slightly to run as detailed below:

 
The event details are as follows:
 
- Thursday - Dinner 7:00 (Gold/Green VIPs)
   - HEAT Acoustic 8:00

- Friday - Doors 12:30
   - 7th heaven
     10:30 - Close
   - Stan Bush
     9:00-10:15 (75)
   - Work Of Art
     7:40-8:45 (65)
   - Adriangale
     6:25-7:25 (60)
   - Johnny Lima
     5:20-6:10 (50)
   - Grand Design
     4:15-5:05 (50)
   - Maxx Explosion
     3:15-4:00 (45)
   - Madman's Lullaby
     2:15-3:00 (45)
   - Radio Sun
     1:15-2:00 (45)

- Friday Green Room (ALL VIPs)
    - Adriangale Acoustic
      12:00-12:30 (Doors 11:30)

 
SATURDAY:
   - HEAT
      11:00pm - Close
   - Mitch Malloy
      9:30-10:40 (70)
   - Heaven's Edge
      8:00-9:10 (70)
   - Guardian
      6:40-7:40 (60)
   - Tango Down
      5:25-6.25 (60)
   - Paul Laine
      4:00-5:10 (70)
   - Eighty Six Happiness
      3:00-3:40 (45)
   - Bombay Black
     2:00-2:45 (45)
   - House Of Shakira
     1:00-1:45 (45)
   - Talon
     12:00-12:45 (45)
GA Doors 11:30

- Sunday VIP Acoustic (ALL VIPs)
    - Talon
     12:00-12:30
    - Gary Moon
     12:40-1:10
    - Work Of Art
     1:30-2:00
    - Jim Peterik Book Signing
     2:00-3:00

 

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Fri
19
Sep

WORK OF ART - Framework (Review)

information persons: 
section name: 
SCORE
content: 

 

99%
Produced By: 
Work Of Art
Running Time: 
46
Release Date: 
September 19
Released: 
Worldwide
Musical Style: 
AOR / Melodic Rock
Score: 
99
Label: 
Frontiers
Artist: 
 
Track after track after track of simply glorious classic AOR that is written and recorded so perfectly that the album sounds timeless. It could have been released as easily in 1987 as it is today.
 
Like many others following this scene, Work Of Art are part of the new era of classic melodic rock artists. They deliver the best of yesterday, wrapped up in the production and songwriting values of today.
Their first two albums were both wonderful, but I can’t help but feel that they have truly found their own unique groove here.
Yes, the band’s sound is familiar and comparisons to Toto and others can safely be made. But the guys continue to walk their own path.
Framework is, I think, their most accomplished work to date and their most unique.
This album sees the guys turn up the guitars a little and mix the keyboards a little less prominently – but don’t fear – there are several layers of keys in each and every track. That sound is still fundamental to the band’s texture.
 
The album is also a more uptempo and fast moving affair. It rocks along at a positively cracking pace at times, but all the while still remaining 100% AOR.
Drummer Hermin Furin is the backbone of a stronger sound here, with Robert Sall delivering his best guitar work to date and dare I say it, the most fluent keyboards also.
Vocalist Lars Safsund is in immaculate voice. His tone and style is what I describe as the perfect AOR voice.
 
The opening track is quite simply AOR gold. Time To Let Go is joyous, catchy as hell, uplifting and a lessen to all in songwriting 101.
How Will I Know continues the fast pace and delivers more glorious hooks and melodies. AOR perfection.
The harder hitting and darker Shout Till You Wake Up is where the band shows their growth as a unit. The song features a nice progressive, moody style that suits them so well. Another killer chorus and keyboards everywhere adds to the delight.
And the mid-late song passage of Toto-esque prog/pop is pure brilliance.  
Can't Let Go sees the band delivering another glorious AOR anthem, much akin to the sound of the debut, but with more guitars. Impossibly catchy and fast moving.
 
Next up are two harder hitting guitar tracks, both sending out messages to a couple of people I’m glad I’m not! How Do You Sleep At Night is yet another fast flowing, highly addictive AOR anthem with an angry heart. I don’t know how these guys do it. Awesome.
Over The Line calls out someone for their lies and bullshit, yet in a supremely catchy, anthemic, classic AOR way. How could you ask for more? The song’s chorus is just so instant.
 
The Machine sees the guys crank the guitars up one notch further – this is almost a W.E.T style rocker to start, but the big keyboard presence makes it classic Work Of Art. Yet another catchy chorus and fast moving AOR gem.
Hold On To Love is the first point of the album where things seemingly take a breather. Good thing too! This is a happy go lucky breezy Westcoast style song showing the band’s lighter side.
Time for a big sentimental ballad? The opening passage says yes, but then bang! We’re away with another high tempo melodic rocker. And unbelievably, Natalie is yet another killer tune with another big anthemic chorus.
The Turning Point continues the frantic pace, even after the Toto-esque intro.
My Waking Dream closes the album on a lighter note. This is a dreamy, moody ballad with a lot of vocal layering and a definite change of pace from the rest of the album. It’s a perfect closer.
 
The best part of this album is the ability of the guys to create so many wonderful tracks, yet keep things different throughout the album.
There is not much change to the sound you know and love, yet this album feels more diverse than ever. It’s certainly the band’s most instant record of their career so far.
I found the first two albums required more concentrated listening to delve into the layers beneath the surface. These songs seem so amazingly instant, yet those unravelling layers are still there to ensure continued interest after many many hours of playtime.
 
I’ve been thrashing this album for weeks and my enjoyment has not diminished one little bit.
It’s glorious!
It’s essential.
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Fri
12
Sep

WORK OF ART - Framework (Showcase)

Artist: 
Framework
Produced By: 
Work Of Art
Release Date: 
September 19
Released: 
Worldwide
Genre: 
AOR
 
“Framework” is the anticipated third album from the Swedish trio WORK OF ART. A release which has been in the works for more than one year and a half, but finally gets unleashed to the hungry legions of fans that this band has been able to build after just 2 albums.
 
WORK OF ART debuted in February 2008 with the release of “Artwork”.  Coming out of nowhere, the album immediately struck a chord with Melodic Rock lovers all around the world. With a sound inspired by such band as Toto, Giant & Journey, WORK OF ART quickly established themselves as one of the most promising newcomers in the genre. Soon after WOA guitar player and main composer Robert Sall joined W.E.T, the band project with Jeff Scott Soto and Erik Martensson from Eclipse, thus being immediately catapulted in the stardom of the genre!
 
As a consequence of this, expectations for the follow up “In Progress” were sky high. Work of Art managed to live up to that, entering the Swedish album charts on the week of release at number 30! The next step for the band was to start performing live on stage which they did for the first time in Madrid, Spain in January 2012 and was followed by several other shows in several other European countries.
 
“Framework” is therefore the logical next step: an album which encompasses all that Work of Art managed to create until now, offering another bunch of unforgettable songs with soaring melodies (courtesy of singer Lars Säfsund) and amazing instrumental prowess (offered by Robert and Herman). Overall this is certainly Work of Art’s most up-tempo and straight ahead album so far, but – as it should be – some unbelievable softer moments are there as well!
 
Get WORK OF ART live in action during the fall in Europe and the USA (Melodicrock Fest in Chicago)!
 
WORK OF ART:
Lars Säfsund – vocals
Robert Säll – guitars, keyboards
Herman Furin - drums
  
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Thu
11
Sep

WORK OF ART Debut Video 'Can't Let Go' From Album 'Framework'

Artist: 
WORK OF ART’s third album is finally ready!
« Framework » to be released in September on Frontiers
 
Frontiers Records is excited to announce the release of the long awaited third album from Swedish melodic rockers WORK OF ART entitled “Framework” on September 19th in Europe and September 22nd in North America.
 
Here is the exclusive premiere of the new song "Can't Let Go" -
 

 
“Framework” comes 3 years after the release of “In Progress”, an album that solidified WORK OF ART’s reputation as one of the most talented newcomers in the Melodic Rock genre. Drawing comparisons from such bands as Toto, Giant and JourneyWORK OF ART literally came from nowhere when in 2008 their debut album “Artwork” hit the streets and catapulted them into the stardom of the genre!
 
“After our last record was released, we started to play live for the first time” says main composer and guitar player Robert Säll. ”It really brought us together in a whole new way and kind of revitalized the band. From there, the decision to make a new album was more or less a no brainer. So really, the inspiration for this new album came from playing live and from meeting all the wonderful fans!”
 
The new album was written and recorded in a time frame of about one year and a half and is the logical next step after “In Progress”. “Framework” musically encompasses all that WORK OF ART managed to create until now, offering another bunch of unforgettable songs with soaring melodies (courtesy of the golden throat of singer Lars Säfsund) and amazing instrumental prowess (offered by Robert Säll and drummer Herman Furin). Overall this is certainly WORK OF ART’s most up-tempo and straight ahead album so far, but – as it should be – some unbelievable softer moments are there as well!
 
“I think it safe to say that, style wise, this album continues in the footsteps of our previous two albums. We tried to stretch our sound a little though, some heavier songs and some softer songs” continues Robert.
 
By popular demand WORK OF ART debuted live in Madrid, Spain in January 2012. When asked if WORK OF ART will be following up the new release with a proper tour, Robert Säll answers: “We will certainly try to gig as much as possible. We're already in discussion with several different promoters and then of course, we'll be playing at Melodicrock Fest in Chicago in October!”
 
A trailer of the album can be enjoyed via this link: http://youtu.be/uN0z6XuLGNA
 
Framework” includes the following tracks: Time To Let Go ; How Will I Know?; Can’t Let Go ; How Do You Sleep At Night?; Over The Line ; The Machine ; Hold On To Love ; Natalie;  The Turning Point ; My Waking Dream.
 
Weblinks:
 
WORK OF ART :
Lars Säfsund – vocals
Robert Säll – guitars, keyboards
Herman Furin – drums
 
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Thu
04
Sep

WORK OF ART: "Framework" Limited 12" Vinyl Edition Announced

Artist: 

WORK OF ART: "FRAMEWORK" LIMITED 12" VINYL EDITION ANNOUNCED

Inner Wound Recordings are proud to announce the release of a limited 12" vinyl edition of the WORK OF ART album "Framework". A deal was inked with Frontiers Records, and the release dates are set to November 7th for Europe and December 2nd for North America. The edition is strictly limited to 500 copies worldwide and includes an insert with lyrics.

"Framework" is available for pre-ordering at the Inner Wound Store: http://www.innerwound.bigcartel.com

Track listing

Side A
01. Time To Let Go
02. How Will I know?
03. The Machine
04. Can't Let Go
05. The Turning Point
06. Over The Line

Side B
01. How Do You Sleep At Night?
02. Shout 'Till You Wake Up
03. Hold On To Love
04. Natalie
05. My Waking Dream

For more information: http://www.innerwound.com

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Wed
30
Jul

MELODICROCKFEST 4 - JIM PETERIK to Join VIP Sunday Event

 
I'm very excited to annoucne that the one and only - the great JIM PETERIK will be joining MELODIC ROCK FEST VIPs at the Holiday Inn Express, Arlington Heights on Sunday October 5 for an exclusive Meet & Greet Book Signing Event!
Jim's autobiography Through The Eye Of The Tiger is released September 23. See press release here: http://www.melodicrock.com/articles/news-feed/2014/07/29/jim-peterik-thr...
 
Jim will be in attendance through the Acoustic/VIP Event to sell his brand new book and sign copies and meet fans!
 
 
 
 
 
 
MelodicRockFest 4 is just 2 over months away, and things are all finally falling into place.
For those awesome people that have supported this event with the purchase of VIP Tickets, I’m happy to expand upon the details of those packages.
 
GOLD VIP – all perks as previously advertised, including a spot in the elevated booths and access to the Green Room all through the event.
 
GREEN VIP – all perks as previously advertised, including access to the Green Room all through the event.
 
BLUE VIP – all perks as previously advertised, including access to the Green Room on FRIDAY only.
 
ALL VIPs - Work begins now on the MRF4 CD Compilation and MP3 Compilation Download – the download you’ll get soon and the Promo CD in the MRF4 Event Bag.
 
 
ACOUSTIC EVENTS –
 
Thursday Evening (from 7.30pm) - H.E.A.T will perform a 30 minute acoustic set / Meet & Greet in the Conference Room at the Holiday Inn Express, Arlington Heights. You don’t need to be staying at the hotel to be there, but you do need to be a Green or Gold VIP Ticket holder.
 
Friday (from Midday) – Adriangale will perform a 30 minute acoustic set in the Green Room at the HOME Bar venue. This event is open to ALL VIP ticket holders.
 
Sunday (from Midday) – Work Of Art, Talon and Gary Moon will all participate in acoustic sets back at the Conference Room at the Holiday Inn Express! There may be one or two more guests in attendance too! This event is open to ALL VIP Ticket holders.
 
 
GRAB BAGS –
 
I’ve been lining up support from various companies for goodies to be included in the Grab Bags for Green and Gold VIPs attending MRF4.
 
Here’s a rundown of the companies so far that have generously agreed to participate:
 
Frontiers Records (www.frontiers.it)
SPV Records (www.spv.de)
Kivel Records (www.kivelrecords.com)
Perris Records (www.perrisrecords.com)
Eonian Records (www.aonianrecords.com)
Fireworks Magazine (supplying 5x Digital PDF Issues for each VIP)
 
There are a few artists that will also donate a few items (such as David Reece). Stay tuned for updates.
 
If anyone needs an update of what is included in the VIP Packages, go to: www.melodicrockfest.com/vipperks.html
 
 
 

 

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Wed
23
Jul

WORK OF ART - Framework (Pre-View)

Artist: 
 
Since their arrival on the scene, Sweden’s WORK OF ART have built a strong dedicated fan base based on their classic old-meets-new AOR sound that shows you can still move forward while carrying a classic sound.
I’ve got great news for fans. Their third album Framework is an absolute joy and might just be their best work yet.
 
Quite simply this is a fabulous record once again packed with great songs, intelligent arrangements and some blindly good songs.
The YouTube teaser previewed just two songs – Time To Let Go and Can’t Let Go, but there is another 9 tracks of equal appeal.
 
The band has at times been compared to Toto, and on a song like Shout Till You Wake Up, you’ll hear these guys take on Toto’s heaviest progressive sound.
 
And on Over The Line, the band delivers their most instant anthem yet.
 
Framework has a heavier edge to it, more prominent guitars throughout, but still drenched in keyboards and sweet harmonies. And I truly believe these are some of the band’s most instantly likable songs.
 
There’s a lot to look forward to with Framework come September 19 – Just in time for their debut USA live performance at MelodicRockFest – October 3 in Chicago (www.melodicrockfest.com)!
 
 

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Tue
22
Jul

MELODICROCK FEST 4 - $20 TICKETS ON SALE NOW


TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
JUST $20 PER DAY!

 

FRIDAY

$20.00 (Doors at 2.00pm)

SATURDAY

$20.00 (Doors at 11.30am)


(Late Nite Set)

 

$20.00 (Doors at 2.00pm)

 

 

$20.00 (Doors at 11.30am)

 

 

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Fri
11
Jul

WORK OF ART Third Album Framework to be Released in September on Frontiers

Artist: 
WORK OF ART’s third album is finally ready!
« Framework » to be released in September on Frontiers
 
Frontiers Records is excited to announce the release of the long awaited third album from Swedish melodic rockers WORK OF ART entitled “Framework” on September 19th in Europe and September 22nd in North America.
 
“Framework” comes 3 years after the release of “In Progress”, an album that solidified WORK OF ART’s reputation as one of the most talented newcomers in the Melodic Rock genre. Drawing comparisons from such bands as Toto, Giant and Journey, WORK OF ART literally came from nowhere when in 2008 their debut album “Artwork” hit the streets and catapulted them into the stardom of the genre!
 
“After our last record was released, we started to play live for the first time” says main composer and guitar player Robert Säll. ”It really brought us together in a whole new way and kind of revitalized the band. From there, the decision to make a new album was more or less a no brainer. So really, the inspiration for this new album came from playing live and from meeting all the wonderful fans!”
 
The new album was written and recorded in a time frame of about one year and a half and is the logical next step after “In Progress”. “Framework” musically encompasses all that WORK OF ART managed to create until now, offering another bunch of unforgettable songs with soaring melodies (courtesy of the golden throat of singer Lars Säfsund) and amazing instrumental prowess (offered by Robert Säll and drummer Herman Furin). Overall this is certainly WORK OF ART’s most up-tempo and straight ahead album so far, but – as it should be – some unbelievable softer moments are there as well!
 
“I think it safe to say that, style wise, this album continues in the footsteps of our previous two albums. We tried to stretch our sound a little though, some heavier songs and some softer songs” continues Robert.
 
By popular demand WORK OF ART debuted live in Madrid, Spain in January 2012. When asked if WORK OF ART will be following up the new release with a proper tour, Robert Säll answers: “We will certainly try to gig as much as possible. We're already in discussion with several different promoters and then of course, we'll be playing at Melodicrock Fest in Chicago in October!”
 
A trailer of the album can be enjoyed via this link: http://youtu.be/uN0z6XuLGNA
 
Framework” includes the following tracks: Time To Let Go ; How Will I Know?; Can’t Let Go ; How Do You Sleep At Night?; Over The Line ; The Machine ; Hold On To Love ; Natalie;  The Turning Point ; My Waking Dream.
 
Weblinks:
 
WORK OF ART :
Lars Säfsund – vocals
Robert Säll – guitars, keyboards
Herman Furin – drums
 
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