The Myth of the Netherland, again! Led by renowned guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, known for his work with Whitesnake and others The legendary band is back after 35 years. With Ronnie Romero as singer and Rudy Sasso (bass), Brian Tissy (Drums) as a guest, the flame of temptation burns in the new era.
The band debuted in 1982, leaving the barren land of hard rock/heavy metal in the Netherlands to the world. Vandenberg who struck out. Adrian Vandenberg became a guitar hero, and The Myth of the Netherland Vandenberg (1982), Heading For A Storm (1983), Alibi (1985), three albums that have been heard through the ages. It became a classics to be passed on.
Adrian joined Whitesnake and made a big break on the world tour accompanied by 'the crest of a Whitesnake' (1987).He then left the music scene for a time after Manic Eden, but in 2014, after The band is back under the name Vandenberg's Moon Kings.
And now, in 2020, he's ready to release a full-length album under the legendary Vandenberg's name, 2020 It was decided to do so.
Rudy Sasso (bass) and Brian Tissy (drums), the former Whitesnake With a talented rhythm section as guests, The singer on this album is Ronnie Romero. A version of the original Vandenberg's classic "Burning Heart" with Ronnie One of the highlights of the album is that it has been breathed into new life. This new version has been released ahead of time, and it has raised the anticipation for the album to a new level It became.
The album's producer, Bob Mallett, was the first of many to be featured on the album, from Black Sabbath to Marilyn Manson and He is a veteran of rock, having worked with Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie and others. He uses the dynamics and melody of the music to create a vibrant sound.
The dynamism of hard rock, his natural melodic sense, and the melancholic melancholy of Europe. It's a sound that old fans have come to expect from Vandenberg, and more . 'Shadows of the Night' slashes in with a sharp riff, a catchy hook and a melody. Let It Rain" with its loaded "Let It Rain" and "Ride Like the Wind" which attacks the metallic and others, proclaiming on a high note that Adrian has reached new heights as a composer.
Adrian and Ronnie, as well as Randy van der Elsen (bass/now Tank), a Cohen Helfst (drums/epica's touring drummer, etc.), with an organization called With the announcement, the new Vandenberg has moved on with an eye on the long term. 2020 will serve as a launching pad for the band as they take off into a new era.
Adrian Vandenberg (Guitar)
Ronnie Romero (Vocal)
Randy van der Elsen (Bass)
Koen Herfst (Drums)
Rudy Sarzo (Bass)
Brian Tichy (Drums)