One Mile From Heartsville
As their narrative unfolds, the band's third opus, 'One Mile From Heartsville,' graces the scene as Frozen Rain embraces a new chapter under the aegis of the esteemed Lions Pride Music record label. Rooted in the purest AOR tradition, this album weaves together resplendent melodies and infectious sing-along choruses. The infusion of new talents is evident, with guitarist Jens Ambrosch and vocalist Lars Edvall spearheading the sonic charge. Lars's versatility extends beyond his vocal prowess, as he crafts captivating compositions under the moniker "Beatlife," enriching the album's sonic tapestry. A pivotal moment arises as Frozen Rain's musical odyssey intersects with the legacy of Roy Nichol, the eminent drummer of April Wine, a Canadian institution renowned for chart-topping hits like 'Just Between You And Me,' 'I Like To Rock,' and 'Roller.' Their collaboration adds a dynamic layer to the album, resonating with both authenticity and innovation. The roster of guest luminaries continues with Fran Alonso, guitarist of the Spanish AOR ensemble Hackers, and guitar maestro Roger Ljunggren (T'Bell, Niva), enhancing the album's multifaceted sonic landscape. Frozen Rain's journey is an amalgamation of creative vision, global resonance, and relentless pursuit of melodic excellence. As the band navigates the ever-evolving contours of rock music, they remain steadfast in their commitment to pushing boundaries and crafting music that transcends time and borders. With 'One Mile From Heartsville,' Frozen Rain continues to redefine the rock narrative, weaving a harmonious tapestry that captures the essence of their journey thus far while blazing an exciting trail into the future.