Holy Grail‘s sophomore album is now complete! Ride The Void, follow-up to the critically acclaimed Crisis In Utopia, is tentatively slated for a late fall release, and the band will celebrate the album’s completion by opening for the legendary Sebastian Bach at Club Nokia in their native Los Angeles, California. Vocalist James-Paul Luna had a lot to say about finally wrapping up the album and playing with Bach:
“Album finished! You don’t know how good those words feel! Day after day and month after month, we’ve been listening back, tweaking and fine-tuning this wretched beast of an album we call ‘Ride The Void.’ Finally, after many hours in the cave, we can gladly say it’s done.
To top it all off, I woke up to an e-mail saying we’re opening for Sebastian Bach! WTF?! Sebastian is one of those rare dudes that was glam yet still kept it gritty and tough and that’s what I’m all about. I think it’s the Canadian in him that keeps him raw. Needless to say, we are thrilled to support a legendary voice such as his. And did I already mention the album is finished? Damn, still can’t get over that! Shred on!”
Tickets are on sale here, so don’t hesitate to pick yours up!
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