Wednesday, September 13, 2017


Fans into the classic arena rock and the big rock anthems should make an effort to investigate more about the new album by ToJa (Germany). This is their fifth album, as the title shows. Arena rock power is the calling card of ToJa, a traditional band with a classic-style guitar tone, similar in spirit as you would find in the guitars of Scorpions, Saxon, Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Y&T, Night Ranger, Loverboy, Victory, Aldo Nova, Sammy Hagar, Boston, Sinner and all those classic and vintage guitar tones that sound clear and that inspired generations to pick up the guitars and play. The songs are mostly uptempo and midtempo traditional heavy metal with a very melodic edge, and you will hear the hard rock and melodic rock in general as part of the overall sound. The band comes across as a heavy rock sound, aimed at the more melodic side of classic metal and at the audiences into heavy rock in general. Visit the band pages below to hear a taste of the music.
release date: July 14th, 20017
label: Pure Rock Records
1.Tears Of Fire
2.She's A Rebel
3.Forever Rock
4.Love Is Like A Sin
5.Modern Times
6.Ballad Of A Friend
7.Where’s My Home
8.Run For Cover
9.Don't Let Me Go
10.Senza Cantata
11.Ashes To Ashes
total playing time: 45:01
OFFICIAL: Founded in 1997 by Tommy Rinn and JJ Thielking the original studio project developed into a live act with performances in and around Germany. In the current occupation, the fifth album entitled "V" was recorded. With Max Rudolph on drums and Ole Dietz on bass an excellent hard rock album was launched with support from Berny Pezalla (guitar) and Willi Limpert (bass). Real riff-monsters with catchy choruses and sensitive ballads are waiting for the listener. Mixed and mastered by Marc Bugnard at LFT studio. "V" is a consistent continuation of Tommy's and JJs philosophy, Hard Rock does not match without melody. So you find superb vocal lines and fine guitar solos, and for the first time a pure instrumental on the disc. An album for anyone who likes melodic Hard Rock.

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