Category: BANGALORE CHOIR

BANGALORE CHOIR – On Target [AOR Heaven remastered]

Some time ago AOR Heaven Records reissued BANGALORE CHOIR‘s album “On Target“, remastered and with a slightly ‘refreshed’ artwork. This release has become hard to find now, and was requested by one of you.What a great time for melodic hard rock music 1992 was… Danger Danger had just released their best work in ‘Screw It!’, Kiss returns from the ashes...

BONFIRE – Glorious (2015)

* Finally, legendary German Melodic Hard Rockers BONFIRE are back with this brand new record “Glorious“. If you asked a couple years ago, there are two things I wouldn’t have thought they would ever happen, even though the band always stayed alive. The first thing is a new Bonfire studio album, and second, that it will be a extraordinary good...

DAVID REECE – Compromise (2013)

* Talented American singer DAVID REECE is releasing today his second solo album “Compromise” on AOR Heaven Records.Reece really shouldn’t need any introduction, but for those of you who haven’t heard that name before, the man has an impressive discography through the years. Having been more recognized thanks to his work with Accept in their late ’80s album, and since...

BANGALORE CHOIR – Metaphor (2012)

thanks to Snakeyes for the review * One more time BANGALORE CHOIR, a band that sealed the ’90s with its rockin’ songs comes to strike with the album “Metaphor”, to be on the streets at 27th April 2012.David Reece and his company are here with their 3rd studio album, more matured than ever to deliver the goodies of Melodic Hard...

BANGALORE CHOIR – All Or Nothing [Live At Firefest] (2011)

Official Release Bangalore Choir playing the UK for the first time in their history, and proceeded to blow Rock City apart. Led by the barefoot David Reece, ably abetted by guitarist Curt Mitchell, bassist Danny Greenberg, second guitarist Andy Susmihl and drummer Hans in t’Zandt, they garnered such a reception that prompted a very emotional David Reece to shed a...

REECE KRONLUND – Solid (2011)

David Reece (Accept, Bangalore Choir) and Martin Kronlund (Dogface, Gypsy Rose) have met the first time in 2007.Reece was asked to join the Martin’s band Gypsy Rose as the new front singer and in June 2008 the album ‘Another World’ was released.Their special friendship and musical chemistry continues till this day.In November 2010 David Reece and Martin Kronlund decided to...

BANGALORE CHOIR – Cadence (2010)

It has been 18 years since BANGALORE CHOIR’s only release “On Target” in 1992, unfortunately, at the dawn of the grunge movement during a time where melodic / hard rock acts would soon be swept on the back burner in favor of musical faire such as Nirvana, Mudhoney, etc.On Target was the perfect collection of catchy rock that would have...