GYZE
ASIAN CHAOS

Compact Disc Digi

GYZE
ASIAN CHAOS

Compact Disc Digi

OUT OF LINE(OUT1028)

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DESCRIPTION

A beam of light appears in the land of the rising sun – a band rises to carry Heavy Metal from Japan  around the world and bring it new strength. From High Speed Riffs, neck breacking guitar rollercoasters and the traditional music from their native country GYZE create a sound yet unknown in the West.

You imagine yourself between the guitar heroes of modern times while listening to the dream easy intonated guitar rushs. Names such as Alexi Laiho, Jeff Loomis or Hermann Li appears in the memory – so it is just proper that Marc Hudson purifies the single "The Rising Dragon" with his unmistakable voice. After three well-recognized albums and gigs with bands such as Dragonforce, Children Of Bodom, Carcass, Unearth and Soilwork and on festivals such as Wacken, Summer Breeze, 70.000 Tons Of Metal Cruise und Leyendas De Rock the band developed their very own identity expressed in the japanese instruments shining through the guitar storms. As the giants Sepultura once did Gyze set the music of their home on a massive Metal fundament, so every  Melodic, Power and Speed Metal Fan will love them – yet they sound completely different.

TRACK LIST

1. Far Eastern Land
2. Asian Chaos
3. Eastern Spirits
4. King Kamuy
5. Dragon Calling
6. Camellia
7. Japanese Elegy
8. The Rising Dragon (Reiwa - feat. Marc Hudson)
9. The White Territories
10. 1945 Hiroshima
11. Asian Chaos (Far Eastern Mix)
12. Chopin Revolutionary Étude (Bonus Track)
Colour : None
Product type : Compact Disc Digi
Label : OUT OF LINE
Item no. : OUT1028
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