Last In Line Debut Album Heavy Crown

Last In Line Debut Album Heavy Crown

Dio Last In Line

DEBUT ALBUM TO BE RELEASED
FRIDAY 19th FEBRUARY 2016
ON FRONTIERS MUSIC SRL

Heavy Crown are: three original DIO members:

Vivian Campbell , Vinny Appice  and Jimmy Bain  joined by  vocalist Andrew Freeman

Devil In Me – single played by Planet Rock and now available for viewing below..

The album is anticipated by all who love Rock! Heavy Rock.

Last In Line tracks

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Photo Credit: Ross Halfin

Formed by three original members of DIO including Def Leppard’s Vivian Campbell (guitar) Vinny Appice (drums) and Jimmy Bain (bass) and named after DIO’s 1984 studio album “The Last In Line”, the new band are on a mission to bring classic Hard Rock to fans who can’t get enough of the real thing. The album released on CD, CD/DVD (including a bonus track) and Digital formats. Pre-orders can be made HERE

Says guitarist Vivian Campbell, “When we started this project a few years ago, the initial idea was to reunite the original Dio band to play the songs we wrote and recorded with Ronnie in the early 1980’s. Joined by Andrew Freeman on vocals, we played a handful of shows in southern California, the UK, and Japan. It was a limited ambition, but it brought us great joy in reconnecting to this great music, to each other, and to our collective history.”

“When we first got together as the Last In Line line-up, our ambition at that time didn’t extend to writing and recording any new music, says Campbell, “but when we were offered the opportunity to do so by Frontiers, we decided to enter the studio to write this new album in the very same spirit as we did the Holy Diver album;  Back in 1982 Ronnie, Vinny, Jimmy and I went into Sound City studios to kick around ideas and riffs, and about six weeks later we started laying down the tracks for what was to become the Holy Diver album.”

 

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