GRÖNHOLM Signs With Power Prog For New Album Relativity Code For Love; New Single Streaming
July 3, 2015, 3 years ago
Power Prog has announced the signing of Grönholm, one of Finland's most respected hard rock/melodic rock/AOR acts of the last years. The first common goal is the release of their upcoming third album Relativity Code For Love worldwide on September 18 on CD, download card, as digital download and as stream.
Already in the early eighties, Mika Grönholm showed his first deeper interest for the world of music by listening to bands like the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Rush, Yes and Van Halen (to name a few) ... so inspired, he began to play guitar himself. Over the next decades and with a lot of studio and live experiences, he formed his own band Grönholm to realize all his musical and lyrical ideas. With drummer Tom Rask and singer Markku Kuikka the right comrades were quickly found and the impressive results of this combination are recorded in the two albums Eyewitness Of Life (2010) and Silent Out Loud (2011), both decorated with strong encouragement out of the whole melodic/progressive rock scene.
The upcoming third album Relativity Code For Love is an appreciation, study and musical journey about love, all told in the language of melodic rock. With British exceptional singer Lee Small, rock fans worldwide best known as the voice of Shy, Tom Galley's Phenomena, Skyscaper and many other, one of the most appropriate artists was taken on board to give this mission the right refinement. The result is a concise and entertaining piece of hard rock/melodic rock/AOR with fine progressive influences and resounding catchy melodies which will grab the audience with a unique style and higher musical claims. The fresh dynamic mixing and mastering of Janne Tolsa (Nightwish, Tarot, Eternal Tears Of Sorrow) has completed the whole release to one of the forthcoming rock highlights this year.
Front cover art by Tomasz Alen Kopera:
Relativity Code For Love tracklisting:
“Home In Our Hearts”
“Like An Angel”
Single “Home In Our Hearts”: