Steve Hackett, collaborates with Orphaned Land - LISTEN

Steve Hackett guest of Chains Fall To Gravity, the single dellto Israeli progressive folk metaller band Orphaned Land, taken from the new album Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs. LISTEN:


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ORPHANED LAND vocalist Kobi Farhi explains: "'Chains Fall To Gravity' is a very important song on our new album and its concept. It is the point where the hero is being unchained and starts his way out of the cave, and for the first time he has to leave anything he thought to be the truth.

"I remember telling Steve Hackett about this song and the concept and he was definitely put all these emotions into the guitar only he performed here, which is in my opinion, one of the best guitar solos ever on an ORPHANED LAND song. We are just too lucky and honored to have a rock legend playing with us in this one! "

Hackett comments: "I was thrilled to have Kobi Farhi sing on one of my album tracks. His voice sounds beautiful and mystical on the track. It was equally a pleasure to do a guitar only for this exciting track on ORPHANED LAND's album, which has a great vibe! "- MORE

"I always hoped that the Genesis music would one day involve an orchestra and I'm proud to say I'll now be able to make that dream a reality on my next British tour, involving my own extraordinary rock band alongside a full-sized orchestra." Steve Hackett (from hackettsongs.com)

Date:

Monday, October 1st - Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Wednesday, October 3rd - Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Thursday, October 4th - London Royal Festival Hall
Friday, October 5th - Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sunday, October 7th - Gateshead The Sage 1
Monday, October 8th - Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

TICKETS ON GENERAL SALE: Friday 26th January

Tickets available from http://myticket.co.uk/ and venue box offices.

Band:

Roger King (keyboards), Gary O'Toole (drums / percussion), Rob Townsend (saxes / flutes) with Nad Sylvan on vocals, Jonas Reingold on bass + 41-piece orchestra conducted by Bradley Thachuk.

Steve Hackett has started to tell the evidence for the new tour through his social profiles. With a new bass player: Jonas Reingold.  

"Band rehearsals have taken off to a great start with new bassist Jonas Reingold ..." (photo and text from Steve Hackett's Twitter page)

See all the tour dates - CLICK HERE.

solo album and the live box Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham

Buy on Amazon Wuthering Nights: Live In Birmingham - CLICK HERE
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