MARTY FRIEDMAN – Wall Of Sound [Japanese Edition]  [351 MB] [MP3]-[320 kbps] by @rockbendaDIO
MARTY FRIEDMAN. In the United States, MARTY FRIEDMAN’s claim to fame is his time spent in the band Megadeth, but there is so much more to this guitar player than just being a past member of a legendary thrash act. Starting out in the 80’s his gift began to blossom when he joined the American metal group Cacophony (with Jason Becker) and when he released his first solo album “Dragon’s Kiss” in 1988. Joining Megadeth in 1990, he continued to release his own records. After he left the group in 1999 he still pursued his passion. On August 2nd the man is set to release his 12th solo album “Wall Of Sound”. His fans won’t be disappointed with this new release. Tracks like “Sorrow and Madness”. The dance between instruments gets under your skin while the violin weeps and the guitar is comforting. The pairing exhausts the power of creativity with exceptional breakdowns and clever licks. They draw you in, making the listeners lose themselves in the masterful crescendos and decrescendos in the song. Numbers like “Streetlight”, “Whiteworm” and “The Blackest Rose” show off the more sensitive side of Friedman. Though the slower, more ambient songs get monotonous, they’re still enjoyable. Then opposite of that is the track “Pussy Ghost”. A fun, psychedelic piece that hints at some extreme, almost black metal elements. A fierceness bubbles to the surface where you hear his mean, sharp edge. Friedman’s pick scrape, off-kilter distortion, and sweeping skills highlight the magic that is sprinkled throughout this album. “Something to Fight” is the one vocal track on the whole album. Jørgen Munkeby from the band Shining, lent his unique voice to create one of the most stunning tracks on the record. The level of intensity given to this elaborate and compelling number is impressive. Munkeby matches Friedman’s craziness and could remind the listener of Chad Gray’s early days in the band Mudvayne. The weight and constant push of energy gives the listener a lot to digest. The organized chaos reaches its pinnacle with the last track “The Last Lament”. Friedman has been on a lot of Japanese television shows and his love for the dramatic is evident in this number. Known for his ability to fuse Eastern and Western music together, he displays his experienced, theatrical song writing ability. “Wall Of Sound” it’s a good record with a full 11 tracks (and two bonus track live for Japan) on it, yet probably could have been a few less and still have the same effect. Friedman is revolutionary and progressive, but a whole instrumental album focusing on guitars can get a bit humdrum. Yet even for running a little long, the man pours all his love into each moment and that alone deserves respect. Everyone, not just Megadeth fans should give this record a listen…!
–Info– Artist: MARTY FRIEDMAN Album: Wall Of Sound [Japanese Edition] Content: CD Album [MP3]-[320 kbps] Label: Ward Records (GQCS-90389) Edition: JAPAN Genre: Rock Style: Instrumental Metal Date Release: August 2nd, 2017 Notes: Twelfth studio album by the American metal artist.
01. Self Pollution (5:53)
02. Sorrow and Madness (6:40)
03. Streetlight (4:05)
04. Whiteworm (4:35)
05. For a Friend (3:19)
06. Pussy Ghost (5:58)
07. The Blackest Rose (3:40)
08. Something to Fight (feat. Jørgen Munkeby) (4:46)
09. The Soldier (3:58)
10. Miracle (3:53)
11. The Last Lament (6:56) Bonus Track Japanese Edition
12. Undertow (Live) (4:39)
13. Inferno (Live) (6:25)
Marty Friedman – Guitars, Bass & Keyboards Special Guests:
Jørgen Munkeby – Vocals, Keyboards, Bass & Guitars (additional) (track 8)
Shiv Mehra – Guitars
Danny Tunker – Guitars (additional) (tracks 1,3)
Wes Hauch – Guitars (additional) (track 3)
Susumu Nishikawa – Guitars (additional) (tracks 3,6)
Ewan Dobson – Guitars (acoustic) (track 7)
Yukiko Takada – Keyboards (tracks 1,4) & Piano (tracks 3,11)
Nicolas Farmakalidis – Piano (intro track 2) & Keyboards (track 3)
Tatsuya Nishiwaki – Piano (tracks 2,3,7,10) & Keyboards (tracks 5,7,10,11)
Maki Furugaki – Piano (tracks 3-5,11)
Ramin Sakurai – Keyboards (track 7)
D.I.E. – Piano (tracks 9,10) & Keyboards
Jinxx – Violin
Hiyori Okuda – Cello (tracks 1-3,9,11) & Percussion (tracks 3,9)
Kenjiro Naka – Percussion (track 3)
Kiyoshi – Bass
Anup Sastry – Drums (tracks 1-4,6,8,9,11)
Gregg Bissonette – Drums (tracks 5,7,10)
Produced by MARTY FRIEDMAN.
Engineered by Paul Fig.
Engineered (additional) by Sena Okawa, Neeraj Khajanchi and Kenjiro Naka.
Engineered (additional) by Ryosuke Maekawa, Davis Jones and Takao Nakazato.
Engineered (assistant) by Steve Omon and John Lousteau.
Mixed by Jens Bogren.
Mastered by Tony Lindgren.
Artwork by Branca Studio.
Recorded at Studio 606, Northridge, CA.
Additional Recordings at: Hillside Studios, Los Angeles, CA. –
Dave’s Room Studios, Burbank, CA. – NK Sound Studios, Tokyo, Japan. –
Power House Studios, Tokyo, Japan. – Sound Arts Studios, Tokyo, Japan.
Mixed at Fascination Street, Stockholm, Sweden and at Auratone Studios, Munich, Germany.
–Data Download– Artist: MARTY FRIEDMAN Album: Wall Of Sound [Japanese Edition] Date Release: August 2nd, 2017 Format: [MP3]-[320 kbps] Total Size: [351 MB] Included: Artwork Password: rockbendaDIO Link: http://brisktopia.com/51c1
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