Ex-Nightwish Singer ANETTE OLZON Launches New Solo Album, ‘Strong’!

Former Nightwish singer ANETTE OLZON has just announced a new solo album titled Strong! The album is set for release on September 10, 2021, on Frontiers Music SRL. Ahead of the release, the first single has also dropped. You can check out “Parasite” down below along with more details of the album.

From The Press Release

Current The Dark Element (and ex-Nightwish) vocalist Anette Olzon is set to release her new solo album, “Strong” via Frontiers Music Srl on September 10, 2021. Today, fans can get their first listen to new music with the release of the single and video for the track ‘Parasite‘. Watch the video HEREhttps://youtu.be/eEbQWMOPBO0

Pre-order/save “Strong” on CD/LP/Digital HEREhttps://orcd.co/anettestrong

“’Parasite’ is a song about those who create disaster in this world with their lies, their schemes, their greed and hate. Hiding their intentions behind a respectable facade,” says Anette Olzon of the albums’ first single. “Living in a world of a bit of chaos with a pandemic, crazy politics, violence, social media behavior and people venting their opinions upon others all the time is the foundation behind the idea of the lyrics for the album. Musically, I wanted a much heavier album, yet with strong melodies and took my inspiration from bands I like such as Dimmu Borgir and In Flames,” she continues.

This will be Anette’s second solo album, following 2014’s “Shine,” and offers a harder, faster musical offering compared to the debut. More importantly, “Strong” stakes a claim for Anette’s well-deserved standing as one of the world’s top female metal vocalists.

The music for “Strong” was written and composed together with acclaimed Swedish guitarist and producer Magnus Karlsson. Together, Anette and Magnus managed to create an outstanding collection of songs which showcase Anette’s enormous vocal range alongside Karlsson’s incendiary riffs. The songs are heavy, but still quite melodic and contemporary in their approach to the genre style. Additionally, “Strong” is mixed by Jacob Hansen (Pretty Maids, Volbeat, The Dark Element, etc.).

All in all, “Strong” is an album that masters the borders between heaviness and hookiness, all while showing an artist who doesn’t rest on her laurels, but heads boldly into the future.

Tracklist:

  1. Bye Bye Bye
  2. Sick Of You
  3. I Need To Stay
  4. Strong
  5. Parasite
  6. Sad Lullaby
  7. Fantastic Fanatic
  8. Who Can Save Them
  9. Catcher Of My Dreams
  10. Hear Them Roar
  11. Roll The Dice

LINE-UP:
Anette Olzon – Vocals
Magnus Karlsson – Guitars
Anders Köllerfors – Drums
Johan Husgafvel – Bass

About Frontiers Music Srl:
Originally founded in Naples, Italy in 1996 by Serafino Perugino and his father Fernando as a distribution company, Frontiers has developed into one of the premiere independent rock labels in the world. Synonymous with quality music from across a broad spectrum of rock genres, the label has worked with multiple genre heavyweights and fan favorites. Aside from providing a home for classic artists from the ’70s and ’80s, the label has also become home to a wealth of young, up and coming talent that, with a savvy and forward thinking A&R and marketing approach, will be developed into the future of rock and metal. With a deep commitment to and passion for THE MUSIC and the artists who create it and massive global distribution, sales, marketing, and publicity channels, Frontiers is the premiere home for established and emerging rock artists. Head Office: Naples, IT | U.S. Office: Philadelphia, PA


About Michael Juvinall (5323 Articles)
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