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Crying Steel – Born in the fire – New Lyric Video

 

Oggi sarebbe stato il compleanno di Tony Mills.
la band ha deciso di ricordarlo con l’uscita di questo nuovo lyric video del brano “ Born in the Fire” , nel quale, il grande e compianto artista inglese, ho prestato la sua straordinaria voce. Tanti auguri Tony. Stay Steel

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Today would have been Tony Mills’ birthday.
the band decided to remember him with the release of this new lyric video of the song “Born in the Fire”, in which, the great and late English artist, I lent his extraordinary voice. Happy birthday Tony. Stay Steel


STAY STEEL

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Release Date: 06/15/2018

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Album Description

 

STAY STEEL

Release Date: 2018
Production by: Crying Steel
Distribution: Pride & Joy

1) Hammerfall (Stay Steel cd 2018)
2) The Killer Inside (Stay Steel cd 2018)
3) Speed Of Light (Stay Steel cd 2018)
4) Born In The Fire (Stay Steel cd 2018)
5) Blackout (Stay Steel cd 2018)
6) Barricades (Stay Steel cd 2018)
7) Raise Your Hell (Stay Steel cd 2018)
8) Crank It Up (Stay Steel cd 2018)
9) Sail The Brave (Stay Steel cd 2018)
10) Name Of The Father (Stay Steel cd 2018)
11) Warriors (Stay Steel cd 2018)
12) Road To Glory (Stay Steel cd 2018)

Album Tracks

Crying Steel News

 
Crying Steel News ENG
With great pride we announce that our guitarist Luigi JJ Frati has been chosen as endorser of the famous German musical instrument company Gewa.
A further well-deserved achievement of our legendary JJ.
GEWA:
https://www.gewamusic.com/
https://www.facebook.com/gewaguitarsIT/
Crying Steel News IT
Con grande orgoglio annunciamo che il nostro chitarrista Luigi JJ Frati, è stato scelto come endorser, della famosa azienda di strumenti musicali tedesca Gewa.
Un ulteriore meritato traguardo del nostro mitico JJ.
GEWA:
https://www.gewamusic.com/
https://www.facebook.com/gewaguitarsIT/


Ciao Tony

Rip Tony Mills
 

CIAO TONY

I Crying Steel ( band e management) si uniscono al cordoglio della famiglia e delle persone vicine a Tony Mills e vogliono ricordarlo con queste parole. ” Quando un paio di anni fa contattammo Tony, per proporgli di essere la voce nel nostro ultimo lavoro in studio ” Stay Steel”, si mostrò immediatamente interessato ed accettò con entusiasmo la nostra richiesta.
Un sogno per noi che si coronava, ritenendo Tony Mills una delle migliori voci rock in circolazione. Tony durante la lavorazione del disco, non fu solo il ” turnista” classico, ma collaborò attivamente alla stesura di alcuni brani, testi e musica, rendendoli in alcuni casi migliori di come li avevamo pensati.
A tutti gli effetti è stato il sesto componente della band, dimostrando grande professionalità, impegno e una serietà non comune. Un grande onore per noi avere potuto lavorare con un artista di tale portata e sopratutto persona di grande umanità e gentilezza. Ci mancherai Tony, come mancherai a tantissime persone che hanno avuto modo di conoscerti personalmente, o solo di apprezzare i tuoi meravigliosi lavori.
Nel paradiso del rock si è aggiunta un’altra grande voce.
Ciao Tony

Crying Steel

HELLO TONY
Crying Steel (band and management) join the grief of the family and people close to Tony Mills and want to remember him with these words: “When a couple of years ago we contacted Tony, to propose to be the voice in our last studio work” Stay Steel “, showed immediately interested and accepted with enthusiasm our request. A dream for us that was crowned, considering Tony Mills one of the best rock voices in circulation. Tony during the working of the disc, it was not only the classic” shift worker ” , but actively collaborated in the writing of some songs, texts and music, making them in some cases better than we had thought of them. In all respects it was the sixth member of the band, demonstrating great professionalism, commitment and an uncommon seriousness. A great honor for us to have been able to work with an artist of this magnitude and above all a person of great humanity and kindness. got to know you personally, or just to appreciate your wonderful work. In the paradise of rock another great voice has been added.
Hi Tony
Crying Steel

Fotogallery – Crying Steel Castello Sforzesco di Milano

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Fotogallery del live
CRYING STEEL + DANDY E LE BESTIE – Castello Sforzesco, (MI) 2019

Photoset by Daniele Aversano per Tuttorock


 

Gallery Grim Reaper + Crying Steel DAGDA LIVE CLUB

Gallery Grim Reaper + Crying Steel DAGDA LIVE CLUB
 

Foto di © Fabry C. – Stolen Instants per Suoni Distorti Magazine

Review Metal Temple – Steel Alive

 

CRYING STEEL originally formed during the early 1980’s in Italy and has existed on and off ever since. The band has released a number of demos, an EP and five full-length albums over the years. “Steel Alive” is their latest offering. It’s actually what used to be called a “double album”, which means that it has twice the amount of music that most albums contain. At 28 tracks long this release does take some considerable time to listen to from beginning to end. Admittedly, the somewhat odd and confusing track order doesn’t help with the situation. I have never encountered an album where two versions of the same song (one a studio version, the other a live track) are listed in such an odd manner. I wonder if the band or their producer even considered a more traditional approach where the studio versions are featured first followed by all the live ones afterward.

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