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Vega – ‘Anarchy and Unity’

Publisher
Frontiers Records
FFO
Def Leppard, Bon Jovi, Tyketto, Tesla, Danger Danger
Release Date
September 17, 2021
Publisher
Frontiers Records
Genre
Hard Rock/Melodic Rock/AOR

                Who would have thought it has been 12 years since Vega burst onto the UK melodic rock scene? In that time Vega have released six well received rock albums each one of which has managed to set the rock world alight with their brand of hard rock that encompasses both melodic rock and AOR. With a work rate like this, it has been therefore no surprise that Vega are now back with their seventh offering ‘Anarchy and Unity’.

                Now, the phrase ‘Anarchy and Unity’ may sound like a three-word slogan slapped on the latest Tory party political broadcast, but for Vega, it shows a band in their prime and delivering an album which stands tall. This is an album that every fan of melodic and hard rock will love, tracks such as ‘Beautiful Lie’, ‘Bring the Riot’ and ‘Sooner or Later’ bring the sort of anthemic hard rock that belongs in a stadium; excellent guitar riffs, catchy melodies and sing-a-long tracks are built for the live environment and have all the appeal of Def Leppard, Tesla and Bon Jovi.

Yes, ‘Anarchy and Unity’ is late 80’s style hard rock with a massive contemporary edge, it is cheesy, you can dance to it and you can listen to it with your mum, dad, kids, dog and goldfish. Naturally, this won’t have any appeal to those who don’t like this genre, but for fans of melodic rock. AOR and hard rock, it is definitely worth heading out and purchasing, you’ll be hammering it for months.

Fans of melodic rock, hard rock and AOR will be hammering this album for months
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