Rage Of The Innocents

Rage of the InnocentsGraham's new album, Rage of the Innocents will be available for download from the first of May, and on CD shortly after at a date to be announced. The album features ten instrumental tracks and a vocal track featuring lead vocalist Donna Greene - a re-recorded version of the song Kings & Queens from the Resonance Project EP, Tale Goes On. A video for the track Only Time will be released just prior to launch date.



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New Album Completed

Recording for the new album has been completed, and work is underway on cover art and promo material. The album consists of eleven tracks, including a vocal track featuring Graham's wife and long-term collaborator, Donna G., and pursues the symphonic/folk metal leanings begun on Down Devils Road and explored further on The Guitar Vinci Code. Details of the track list and album title will be announced here and on Graham's facebook page and Twitter feed.

 

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New Album For 2018

With the end of 2017 approaching, plans are underway for new music in 2018. Writing has been progressing better than expected, so plans for a new EP have been cancelled in favour of a full album and single to be released early in the new year. Included on the tracklist of the yet to be named project will be Graham's current single, The Gates Of Balawat (at left).

 

 

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Rock For MS 5

Graham GreeneOn the 11th of November, Graham played a hot and sweaty set to a rocking crowd at Rock For MS 5, a concert aimed at raising funds and awareness for research into a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Held at the Charles Hotel, the show also featured Gazman's Crown Jewels and Dark Universe, plus a guest appearance by Dean Denton. For this gig, the Graham Greene Band included Troy and Brad Brazier on drums and bass, reprising a rhythm section pairing not seen since Graham's 2000 solo gigs as Graham Greene & The Happy Sinners.

Photo: Pete Gardner

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