Tag: H.E.A.T

H.E.A.T announce recording of new album

H.E.A.T announce recording of new album

H.E.A.T are proud to announce the recording of their yet untitled next album to be released in the year of 2017. Following the release of their previous critically acclaimed album, Tearing Down The Walls, the band have been touring all over the world gaining the reputation of one of the best live acts out there. H.E.A.T have been focusing on […]

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H.E.A.T guitarist Dave Dalone leaves the band.

H.E.A.T guitarist Dave Dalone leaves the band.

From H.E.A.T’s official website: Our brother and guitar player Dave Dalone has decided to leave the band to pursue new musical challenges. It’s been seven years of nothing but good times with Dave, a fantastic guitar player, songwriter and friend. We wish him all the best in his plans for the future. As for now H.E.A.T will continue as a […]

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Eric Rivers of H.E.A.T

Eric Rivers of H.E.A.T

“It’s not a very cool thing today to really have saxophone on an album and we were like is it “legal” to have a saxophone on the album, but me and Dave love stuff like Michael Bolton so we were like we have to have saxophone on this song.” When I first discovered Swedish melodic rockers H.E.A.T back in 2008 […]

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H.E.A.T to release new album ‘Address The Nation’ on March 28th

H.E.A.T to release new album ‘Address The Nation’ on March 28th

Swedish melodic rock monsters H.E.A.T have just released first single Living on the Run from the upcoming album Address the Nation. The single is OUT NOW and the album will be released 28/3-2012.  Address The Nation is the third album from H.E.A.T and will be the first to feature new singer, Erik Gronwall. Check more details over at www.heatsweden.com  

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H.E.A.T signs with Gain/Sony Music

H.E.A.T signs with Gain/Sony Music

Gain has signed a record contract with H.E.A.T. The band broke through in the Swedish Eurovision Song Contest with the song “1000 miles” and is considered worldwide to be the new big band in the AOR genre. Classic Rock Magazine recently wrote the following about the band’s appearance at the Download Festival:  “A full-fledged homage to AOR that belies their […]

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