Year : 2018 (Japan Edition)
Style : Melodic Hard Rock
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 136 mb
W.E.T is the collaboration between Jeff Scott Soto, Erik Mårtensson, and Robert Säll. The name of the band is formed from the first letter from which each band the band had played with: Work Of Art, Eclipse, and Talisman.This was the last album to feature Marcel Jacob, who died that year the project was completed.In 2013, W.E.T. released their sophomore album RISE UP on the 22nd of February on Frontiers Records. Whereas the first album already had pre-written material by Erik Mårtensson and Robert Säll, this one features all of the band members contributing to the song writing. In December 2012, the first single from the album called "Learn To Live Again" was released and a second single "Love Heals" was released in January 2013. Both singles have had music videos shot for them and both have been released and can be viewed on the YouTube channel of Frontiers Records.On January 17, 2013, W.E.T. played a pre-release show in Stockholm, Sweden to promote the album. During the show they played songs from RISE UP as well as the debut album from 2009. They also played two Talisman songs as well as one song each from Eclipse and Work of Art. The Eclipse song was "Bleed & Scream" which was sung by Erik Mårtensson and the Work Of Art song was "The Great Fall" where the band were joined by Lars Säfsund who is the lead singer for Work Of Art. The show was filmed and recorded for a live CD and DVD which will be released sometime in 2013. Bonus tracks were recorded for the album and will be released on the CD version of the Live in Stockholm show as stated by Jeff Scott Soto in a recent interview. The album debuted at #22 on Swedish chart, and at # 68 on Swiss.ONE LIVE - IN STOCKHOLM is the first live CD & DVD released by W.E.T. on Frontiers Records and will be available in February 2014. The show was filmed and recorded on the 17th of January 2013 at the Debaser Club in Stockholm, Sweden and features performances of songs from the debut album, the sophomore release RISE UP and songs from the band Talisman, Eclipse and Work of Art. The live show will be packaged as a digipak which will contain both the CD and the DVD version which will both contain bonus content including 2 unreleased studio tracks from the RISE UP sessions on the CD and music videos for the singles 'Learn to Live Again' and 'Love Heals' on the DVD
W.E.T., the melodic hard rock super-band created around Erik Mårtensson (Eclipse), Jeff Scott Soto (Talisman) and Robert Säll (Work Of Art), will release their new album "Earthrage" on March 23rd via Frontiers Music, with this Japanese Edition (plus bonus track) to be appeared tomorrow.New music from W.E.T. comes along all too rarely. "Earthrage" is just the third album from the Swedish-American trio in a decade, and it’s five years since the release of previous album Rise Up.Some serious excitement greets the arrival of "Earthrage", and luckily it’s deserved. Perhaps due to the involvement of singer Jeff Scott Soto, W.E.T. are several notches weightier than the Scandi-AOR of keyboard player Robert Säll’s main group Work Of Art, while multi-instrumentalist Erik Mårtensson of Eclipse has never been shy of admitting his love of 1987-era Whitesnake.'Watch The Fire' kicks things off in magnificent fashion, and 'Kings On Thunder Road', 'Urgent' and 'The Burning Pain Of Love' are hook-laden and rarely less than triumphant,ementing the band’s position top acts in the current Melodic Hard Rock scene.It’s an album packed with straightforward, melodic hard rock that is easy on the ears, but packs just enough punch so that it may catch the attention of those who like their music a little heavier.This is all underscored by a lush production job that is slick, warm and vibrant, resulting in an accessible album that is teeming with energy. There aren’t many truly guitar driven songs, but it is for the greater good, as axeman and producer Mårtensson knows the value each member brings to the group, finding a perfect balance between keyboards and guitars.Some of the hooks (and believe me, there are a lot of them, most of which are incredible) a very commercial - just check the arena-ready ballad 'Heart Is on the Line' comes to mind), but W.E.T’s sound, for the most part, while melodic, it's pretty muscular.W.E.T. did it again. The songs are well written and memorable, the performances stellar and production dynamic and bursting with life. This may be a mere side project in the grander scheme of things, but it is clear that all members take W.E.T seriously.It is this attitude that has helped to cultivate their standing in the melodic hard rock community, and I’ve no doubt that this new CD will cement their place as one of the best acts in the genre.Don’t give it a miss, W.E.T. "Earthrage" is F.A.N.T.A.S.T.I.C.
Erik Mårtensson: Guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals
Jeff Scott Soto: Vocals
Robert Säll: Keyboards
Magnus Henriksson: Guitar
Robban Bäck: Drums
Additional guitar solo on “Urgent”: Thomas Larsson
01. Watch the Fire
03. Kings on Thunder Road
04. Elegantly Wasted
07. Calling out Your Name
08. Heart is on the Line
09. I Don't Wanna Play That Game
10. The Burning Pain of Love
11. The Never-ending Retraceable Dream
12. Elegantly Wasted (Acoustic Version) (Japan Bonus Track)
+ Video "Watch the Fire" (Official Video)
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