SONIC DIVIDE – The Other Side (2020)

Like a fine wine, rock and roll sometimes takes time to develop into just the right mix of flavor and aroma before being right for consumption. For Adelaide, Australian melodic rockers SONIC DIVIDE, it meant a seven year gap between their highly successful 2013 self-titled debut and new album “The Other Side
But for a band that initially got together a decade ago for the purpose of “infrequently jamming together for pure enjoyment”, that debut and its success was an unexpected surprise that took three years so it should be little surprise that once again, Sonic Divide took the slow, patient route in creating the follow up.
Fans of Sonic Divide‘s AOR drenched debut that tied in somewhere between ’80s bands like Survivor and Journey and European melodic hard rock, stand to be even more blown away this time around…

SONIC DIVIDE – Sonic Divide [first album] (2013)

From the lushly textured complexion of the songwriting to the throwback sound drawing upon the best aspects from the ’80s to the impeccably flowing track listing, every detail about the self-titled debut from Adelaide, Australia based SONIC DIVIDE grabs our attention and holds it with repeat play.
Released by themselves at the end on 2013, this is a very special album mixing classic Journey, Giant, FireHouse melodies with a modern approach and impeccable taste.
Sonic Divide can trace its origin to when…