Category: THE VAL

THE VAL – King Ocelot (2019)

After almost five years, Spanish melodic rockers THE VAL are back with new material, the brand new album titled “King Ocelot“. Taking a foundation Eighties AOR and Melodic Rock, The Val adds to their musical palette several other influences into a unique mash-up where taste and elegance are the order of the day.
“King Ocelot” is the third, and most complete musical opus from the band, strong in songwriting & arrangements – there’s some brilliant moments here, and while the AOR sound of all time is the core of The Val, everything is enriched with a multitude of nuances, details.

THE VAL – Heading For The Surface (2014)

As happened with many new acts emerged during the recent resurgence in the Melodic Rock world, THE VAL was one of the bands exclusively presented on this blog two years ago on occasion of their debut CD. The Spanish band now returns with their second effort “Heading For The Surface“, still retaining the delicate AOR / Melodic Rock melodies but...

THE VAL – Back (2012)

The origins of the Madrid, Spain based band THE VAL can be found in the local act Ying-Yang which achieved considerable popularity during the Nineties. When one of their members sadly passed away the group decided broke-up. But after several years, in 2010, singer Gabrielle de Val, keyboardist David Erick Criado and guitarist Alfonso Samos got in touch with each...