Neil Rambaldi | Perpetual Horizon

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Perpetual Horizon

by Neil Rambaldi

The epic all-instrumental rock-fusion solo debut album that came before Neil's monumental follow-up A Call To The Wild – Perpetual Horizon has received critical acclaim internationally, and falls nothing short of stellar guitar work that is truly melodic.
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11. Perpetual Horizon
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"Perpetual Horizon" album review from 20th Century Guitar Magazine (USA/Canada):

"As a session player, guitarist Neil Rambaldi has performed all types of music including rock, Latin, R&B, metal, blues and New Age. On Perpetual Horizon, his solo debut album on his own Prismism Music (label), he tackles those genres and more and the results are a stunning barrage of sound with enough sound and fury to blow your roof off. Rambaldi was recently chosen by guitar god Steve Vai as a semi-finalist in a contest sponsored by Ibanez guitars. On Perpetual Horizon, Rambaldi demonstrates his monster electric guitar chops and reveals his solid command of the instrumental hard rock guitar sound."
-Robert Silverstein, 20th Century Guitar Magazine (USA/Canada)

From Neil's "A Call To The Wild" (latest solo album) bio:

Heavily inspired by the epic landscapes and wide-open spirit of the American southwest, rock fusion guitarist/multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and vocalist Neil Rambaldi’s highly-anticipated sophomore release A Call To The Wild conjures up the spirit of the wild with its fire-red, blues-laden guitar lines and epic multi-instrumental soundscapes, carrying listeners to a place where a guitar has never taken them before. Neil’s guitar sound and compositions, time and time again, have been described as powerful and earthy, with one critic calling them “a stunning barrage of sound” (20th Century Guitar Magazine). He paints a scenery with “the brush that is the virtuoso guitar of Rambaldi” (Patricios 95.5 FM, Buenos Aires, AR).

Upon the album’s release in March 2017, Neil peaked at #6 on the Reverb Nation rock charts for Los Angeles, surpassing artists such as rock guitar legend George Lynch. And the San Francisco area veteran radio DJ Don Campau (KKUP 91.5 FM) is calling Neil’s A Call To The Wild one of his “favorite albums of the year.”

Entirely producing, writing, and performing all of the instruments and the occasional vocals on the album (including guitars, bass, keyboards, and various percussion with the exception of some drum programming), this monumental 67-minute work is Neil’s second solo release on his own label Prismism Music, with worldwide distribution on CD and digital download through CD Baby, Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, and many more online music retailers and services, as well as additional CD distribution through Alliance Entertainment and its large and small retail affiliates worldwide. Mainly influenced by a wide spectrum of early rock, progressive rock, hard rock, blues, metal, and even classical, funk, soul, jazz, Latin jazz, and flamenco (including anywhere from Led Zeppelin and Stevie Ray Vaughan, to Beethoven and Paganini, to Eric Johnson and Joe Satriani, to Jimi Hendrix, Steve Vai, Freddie King, Eddie Palmieri, Vinnie Moore, Greg Howe, Al Di Meola, Jeff Beck, Stevie Wonder, Yngwie Malmsteen, Francisco Tárrega, and Paco de Lucía, among others), Neil’s second album has major crossover appeal – and although Neil’s sound is eclectic, it has a distinctive thread throughout that is all his own. His guitar playing is highly melodic, soulful, sometimes aggressive, and often deeply-textured with sounds spanning his stylistic palette. Pete Pardo of Sea of Tranquility (USA) says:

“Much more than just an instrumental guitar-oriented album... Neil Rambaldi not only has all the chops, but the songwriting skills to match them every step of the way. This guy is a monster player. ...Each (song) a sizzling vehicle for Rambaldi's serious chops of doom. The songs here contain a wealth of variety, tones, textures, and colors. ...and he knows how to cross different genres and really mix it up a bit. He's a guy that deserves to be heard by the masses. Lion Music and all the guitar labels out there – check this guy out. I think he is well deserving of finding a spot on one of your rosters.”

Once voted as a top-10 international finalist by guitar legend Steve Vai in the Tonos & Ibanez Guitar Challenge early in his career, Neil has much more than just two solo albums under his belt... There are also dozens of other releases and projects that he has either recorded with or performed with as a session and touring guitarist, backing vocalist, music director, songwriter/composer, or producer, including projects with former member of the Grammy-winning group The Commodores – Kenny Simmons, Universal Records recording artist / WWE ring announcer Lilian Garcia, guitarist Ty Oliver (Powerman 5000), multi-instrumentalist Carl Restivo (Perry Farrell’s Satellite Party, Rihanna), drummer/percussionist Demian Arriaga (Richie Kotzen, Nick Jonas, Iggy Azalea), among many others. Between both his incredible live solo band and these other projects, he has performed extensively in the U.S. and on stages as far as Tokyo, Japan, as well as on national and regional TV in the U.S. Neil’s music has also garnered terrestrial radio airplay in at least 15 countries to date, including the U.S., Canada, Germany, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Italy, Czech Republic, France, Belgium, Austria, Poland, Australia, and others; he has amassed countless rave reviews and features in the U.S. and abroad for both of his solo albums – including 20th Century Guitar Magazine (USA/Canada), The Aquarian (USA), Guitar Chef (Italy), Mundo Rock (Chile), and on CNET (USA) as an “Editor’s Pick,” among many others; and his music has also been licensed and heard on national and international TV in at least 35 countries for numerous programs, as well as feature films, video games, commercials, and other media including the Wii video game “Dancing With The Stars: We Dance,” AMC TV's “Hollywood Icon,” the feature film “199 Lives: The Travis Pastrana Story,” and many others including productions featured on MTV, AMC TV, National Geographic, Fuel TV, radX, and Rush HD, among others.

Unlike his all-instrumental critically-acclaimed first album Perpetual Horizon, the mostly-instrumental A Call To The Wild expands even deeper into Neil’s range of styles, featuring some of Neil’s vocals as well, where the listener can clearly hear some of his blues and soul influences projecting over catchy rock-blues guitar riffs, drums, and bass on the all-out jam “Everything You Say” – but those influences carry much further beyond just Neil’s vocals. On the album, his bluesy influences permeate throughout many of the tracks, which are often centered in a rock context. Along with plenty of “shred guitar” and hints of prog-rock, this can be heard on tracks such as “The Day The Tides Stood Still,” “When The Days Were Young,” “Wild Seed,” “Brave New World,” the futuristic / bluesy “The Punchline,” and others. Neil’s study of classical music can particularly be heard as well on pieces such as “The Sleeper” and “Into The Twilight,” among others, but these pieces are truly a fusion of rock, classical, and world/ethnic. Latin, Flamenco, and Jazz influences can also be heard on the tracks “Mi Corazón,” “And The Sun Goes Down...” and “Paradise Lost,” respectively – and genre-defying tracks like “Shadow Armada” fall into a style all their own.

Residing in Los Angeles (although originally hailing from New Jersey), Neil is ramping up for solo tour dates in L.A. and the southwest region, and will be booking cities all over amidst also doing periodic live dates with singer/songwriter Michelle Kash in L.A. and New York. (Keep an eye out for upcoming Rambaldi tour dates!) All updates can be found at, with additional information being posted on Facebook (@neilrambaldi), Twitter (@neilrambaldi), and Instagram (@neilrambaldi).

With the accolades Neil has garnered thus far, and the broad span of his musical talents, we must heed the words one Dutch music critic has said about him: “We need to keep our eyes wide open for this talented man” (Strutter’zine, NL). With no need to concern himself with current trends in order to make great music, there is creative truth in Neil’s music, and this matches the purity that has inspired him in the deserts of the southwest U.S. and beyond... Take an epic journey down this desert highway, and discover “what is” Neil Rambaldi.



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