The result is the album Victims of the Modern Age, the follow-up to the Star One debut album, Space Metal (2002). Compared to Space Metal, the overall sound of Victims of the Modern Age is darker, heavier, more guitar-oriented, and slightly less "spacey". Arjen has also raised the bar significantly when it comes to the album's sound: "I think it's my best sounding album to date; it's a huge difference compared to the first Star One. For the guitars I spent weeks experimenting with different amps and settings in every combination imaginable -- and it was worth it. The drums sound fantastic, and the vocalists all outdid themselves, putting in even stronger performances than they did the first time around."
Victims of the Modern Age will be released on InsideOut Music in North America on October 26th . With its stellar musicianship, strong melodies, meticulous production and compelling concept, Star One's Victims of the Modern Age is yet another exciting project from one of rock's great visionaries. Please check Arjen's video message presenting cast of lead vocalists and the concept of Victims of the Modern Age featuring
Russell Allen (Symphony X)
Damian Wilson (Headspace, Threshold)
Floor Jansen (ReVamp, ex-After Forever)
Dan Swanö (Nightingale, Second Sky, ex-Edge Of Sanity)
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