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dinsdag 14 september 2010
STAR ONE: Victims of the Modern Age CONTEST

STAR ONE ‘Victims Of The Modern Age’ CONTEST

While Star One is not technically a rock opera like Ayreon, it is still very much a concept album. Rather than following continuous storyline, each song is based on a different sci-fi film and tells its own story. Lucassen describes the concept of “Victims Of The Modern Age” as follows: “I based the songs on dystopian and post-apocalyptic sci-fi movies that have made an impression on me throughout my life. Unlike the first Star One album ‘Space Metal,’ where all the songs were set in space, this time most of the songs take place right here on Earth. In the Youtube video linked below, you’ll hear Arjen singing part of one of the 5 tracks from CD2 (Special Edition only) of the album.



Your task is to guess the movie that inspired Arjen’s lyrics. The first participant of the contest who guesses the movie correctly, wins a free copy of Victims of the Modern Age. Here is how to participate: Watch the video posted on Arjen’s YouTube channel. Go to Arjen’s Message board and post your guess in the official Contest 2 thread.

With a career spanning more than three decades, composer and multi-instrumentalist Arjen Lucassen has firmly established himself worldwide as driving force in progressive rock and launches his musical spacecraft towards the galaxy of bombastic sci-fi rock again in 2010. Star One’s “Victims of the Modern Age”, the follow-up to the Star One debut album, “Space Metal” (2002), will be released on October 29th (G/A/S) / November 1st (Europe) / October 26th (North America) via InsideOut Music.

For “Victims of the Modern Age” Arjen Lucassen reunited the stellar cast of lead vocalists from the first album: Russell Allen (Symphony X), Damian Wilson (Headspace, Threshold), Floor Jansen (ReVamp, ex-After Forever), and Dan Swanö (Nightingale, Second Sky, ex-Edge Of Sanity).



Geplaatst door Vera op dinsdag 14 september 2010 - 16:44:51
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