Missing Tide | Follow the Dreamer

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Follow the Dreamer

by Missing Tide

New band from former members Of Royal Hunt, Evil Masquerade and Pretty Maids. Missing Tide – Follow The Dreamer is a classy slice of melodic metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hair Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Follow the Dreamer
4:38 $0.99
2. Never Surrender
4:40 $0.99
3. Traces of Fire
5:19 $0.99
4. Fairytale
4:19 $0.99
5. Dangerous
4:41 $0.99
6. Victim of A Crime
4:27 $0.99
7. Broken Wing
4:46 $0.99
8. Push It To the Limit
4:59 $0.99
9. Take Me High
4:19 $0.99
10. Away
3:36 $0.99
11. Long Live the Heroes
5:56 $0.99
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Album Notes
rom Copenhagen, Denmark come the new promising melodic hard rock/ heavy metal-act MISSING TIDE. Formed in 2007, the line-up consists of some of the most experienced and talented musicians from the Danish heavy metal scene with backgrounds in world renowned bands such as Royal Hunt, Pretty Maids, Evil Masquerade, Manticora and Kingdom Come. With a basis in Kasper Gram’s consistent bass play and the pounding and energetic drums from Allan Tschicaja, combined with powerful guitar riffs from Jacob Kjaer and Henrik Brockmann’s characteristic, intense and unique voice, Missing Tide produces a solid, melodic sound, which cannot be ignored.

On the debut album Follow the Dreamer, MISSING TIDE demonstrates how they manage to create a sound with roots in the eighties hard rock and heavy metal universe, that is still present and fresh. The eleven great songs of Follow the Dreamer are build upon heavy guitar riffs and a solid rhythm section, but with the melody hook lines in centre. Put together, “Follow the Dreamer” is in every way a great rock album.

“Follow the Dreamer” has everything from the more basic melodic metal tunes “Never Surrender“, “Fairytale“, and “Victim of a Crime“, to the more up-tempo songs such as “Traces of Fire“, “Push It to the Limit“ and the title song “Follow the Dreamer“, which all have a bit of elements of the neo-classical hard rock genre in them. On the emotional ballad “Broken Wings” the beat slows down a notch, which creates a bit of variation. The same goes for the final and heaviest song on the album, “Long Live the Heroes”. This song is a tribute to all the great hard rock bands of the eighties and takes Missing Tide back to their own youth, where they grew up listening to the music, that they love and live for to this day.

During the 90’, vocalist Henrik Brockmann and guitarist Jacob Kjaer, made a career for themself and became known in the the neo classical hard rock genre while recording and touring with Danish group Royal Hunt. Henrik and Jacob are being recognized for their own work and have over the years created a signature sound and style and are now heading for a new place together in the music industry. Missing Tide is the result of two years of song writing, hard work and a dedicated vision towards the future. The band consists of 4 friends who loves to play hardrock music and they also spend time together outside of the band as well. With Kasper Gram on bass, known for his work in Manticora and Allan Tschicaja on drums, known for his work in Pretty Maids, the band got the perfect line-up to begin on a new journey. A keyboard player might be added to the future line-up (handled by Jacob Kjaer here on the debut) and they are already writing new songs for another album. The Missing Tide members have commitments elsewhere but Missing Tide is not a project. This band is determined to record more albums together and take the music on the road.



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